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Sunday B Morning

(after Andy Warhol, 1980)

Marilyn Monroe



100 x 100 cm (39⅜ x 39⅜ in.)

stamped in ‘blue ink’ which reads ‘Published by Sunday B. Morning’ and ‘Fill In Your Own Signature’ (on the verso)

7 different colour combinations available

Coskun Fine Art, London

This portfolio of nine silkscreens was published in the 1980's by Sunday B. Morning. Each print has the firm's ubiquitous 'blue ink' stamp on the verso which reads 'Published by Sunday B. Morning', and 'Fill In Your Own Signature'. They are referred to in the 'Andy Warhol Prints' Catalogue Raisonne by Feldman and Schellmann.

In 1967 Andy Warhol made his portfolio of 10 screenprint portraits of Marilyn Monroe, printed to an edition of 250. All were signed in pencil and numbered with a rubber stamp on the verso; some signed in ball-pen; some initialed on the verso; some dated. There were in addition to this edition another 26 Artists Proofs signed and lettered A-Z on verso.

Then in the seventies Warhol worked together with a German and a Belgian who had the idea of printing another edition for the European market. Andy Warhol was not very interested but the two men began printing in 1980 the first unauthorised prints in different colours from the original portfolio. They were stamped in black on the verso: "Published by Sunday B. Morning" and "Fill in Your own Signature". Andy Warhol was well aware of these prints and accepted them, as they were printed and published by two of his friends. Indeed, he did inscribe on the back of some of them "This is not by me."

£950 each

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