Some autographs speak for themselves.
You don't need to explain why you own them.
Everybody understands why they're important.
They're the most famous, the most influential and the most iconic.
You probably own some yourself.
These are the key signatures you build your collection around.
And from a cultural point of view, it's impossible to talk about the 20th century - or collect it - without the name Andy Warhol.
Andy Warhol's artworks are some of the defining images of the 20th century.
Warhol defines the 20th century in the same way as The Beatles, Albert Einstein, Walt Disney or Winston Churchill.
In a very real way he made fine art accessible to the masses.
He transformed everyday items and celebrities into masterpieces.
He's the world's most valuable and collected modern artist.
And his ideas on pop culture, fame, celebrity status and advertising influenced the world we live in today.
That's why his name belongs in your collection. Without question.
Now consider this...
What's the best Any Warhol autograph you could own?
The single item that would best represent his ideas and artwork.
How about a catalogue from one of his most famous exhibitions?
Featuring his greatest masterpiece. The most valuable 20th century artwork ever sold at auction. That would fit the bill nicely.
So with all that in mind...
Here's an autograph that speaks for itself.
Warhol's timeless portrait of Marilyn Monroe is regarded as the 20th Century Mona Lisa.
The ideal Andy Warhol autograph
This is an original catalogue from Warhol's seminal exhibition at the Tate Gallery in London.
Signed in person by Andy Warhol on the opening night.
- The condition is superb
- The autograph has no personal inscription
- The placement is perfect
- And it's signed on his iconic portrait of Marilyn Monroe.
Signed copies of this catalogue are rare and highly sought after.
This one features an excellent example of Warhol's autograph.
Signed clearly in bold black marker pen against the white section of the catalogue cover.
And it's dated to an exact moment in history: February 18, 1971.
Andy Warhol signing copies of his exhibition catalogue at the Tate Gallery on February 18, 1971.
The story behind the signature
In February 1971 Andy Warhol had his first major U.K exhibition at the Tate Gallery in London.
He was already a superstar of the art world. And his arrival in London caused a sensation. Crowds flocked to the show from across Europe.
Warhol was there in person on the opening night, enjoying his celebrity status and signing copies of the exhibition catalogue.
Including this one.
The catalogue cover features his 1964 painting Shot Sage Blue Marilyn.
Even 50 years ago it was considered the star of the exhibition.
The painting sold in 2022 for a record $195 million, and was described as the "Mona Lisa of the 20th century".
All of which makes this one of the most desirable Andy Warhol autographs you could possibly own.
An iconic 20th century artwork signed by the artist himself. But it won't cost you millions...
Own this exhibition catalogue today
The catalogue cover is framed and mounted with a portrait of Warhol himself.
It's a large impressive display piece measuring 20.5" by 14".
Instantly iconic and ready to hang on your wall.
And remember: this is also a rare vintage Warhol item signed in 1971 at the very peak of his career.
It has a strong history to match the visual appeal.
You won't find a better combination.
It's the perfect Andy Warhol autograph for your collection.
Purchase it now for just £6,995 ($8,430).
This item comes with my Certificate of Authenticity and my personal Lifetime Moneyback Guarantee.
That means you can buy in complete confidence that it's 100% genuine.
And international delivery is free and fully insured.
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