Collection: Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol was the leading figure in the Pop Art movement, which responded to mass-media culture of the 1960s. His silkscreens of cultural and consumer icons —including Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Campbell’s Soup Cans, and Brillo Boxes— would make him one of the most famous artists in history.

His work explores the relationship between artistic expression, advertising and celebrity culture that flourished by the 1960s. Read More

Andy Warhol For Sale

Famed for his colourful lithographs and painted silk screen multiples, including renderings of Marilyn Monroe and cans of Campbell’s Soup, Andy Warhol is an artist who needs no introduction.

Warhol was born in 1928 and died in 1987, becoming nothing less than a pop culture icon in his own time and rubbing shoulders with some of the most recognisable personalities of the era.

Today, his work, an exploration of mass media culture, advertising and celebrity, is endlessly reproduced, mimicked and pastiched - proving beyond doubt that his style was something truly original and exciting.

There are still a number of limited-edition Andy Warhol prints for sale around the world - perfect for the pop art collector or lover of iconic pieces.

Famous Piece Andy Warhol Prints for Sale

We’ve already mentioned two of Warhol’s iconic images - those featuring Campbell’s Soup and Marilyn Monroe - but this incredibly prolific artist produced a huge range of other exciting pieces whose style endures beautifully to this day.

From his four beautiful “Chanel Nº 5” lithographs to a portrait of Mick Jagger and a stunning set of 10 colourful “Ladies and Gentlemen” invitation cards, Warhol’s techniques are unmistakable, and his works make for excellent statement pieces in a wide range of display contexts.

Why Invest in Andy Warhol’s Art?

Such is the artist’s popularity that classic Andy Warhol for sale are still rising significantly in value more than 30 years after his death.

For example, one of his silkscreens of Chairman Mao Tse Tung sold for a little over one million USD in 2001, while its most recent valuation in 2020 placed it at 46 times that amount. It goes without saying, then, that Warhol’s work remains an exceptional investment for any art enthusiast or investor.

While Warhol produced a huge amount of work, many of the runs of his prints are limited edition prints - adding greatly to their desirability.

How To Find Pieces by Andy Warhol For Sale

Because of the sheer fame of his work, it is important to ensure that any Warhol piece you consider purchasing is genuine.

The Lyons Gallery on Victoria Street in East Sydney is currently home to numerous Warhol pieces, including individual prints and multiples of some of his most famous works.

Prices are available on application, and every piece comes with its own Certificate of Authenticity that is signed and dated by the gallery.

To browse the Warhol works we currently have available, simply take a look at our collection online. We offer a 100 day free return guarantee for your peace of mind.

If you wish to know more about a particular piece or are interested in investing in work by other artists exhibited at The Lyons Gallery, please feel free to call us today on +61 423 596 655.

Our advisors will be more than happy to provide all of the answers and guidance you may require. We also offer a specialist art investment consultation service to help you grow your collection and make the very most of this superb asset.

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