Andy Warhol in POST series by Laurence de Valmy


1962 was a very important year for Andy Warhol. On an artistic level, he started to use silk screens and when Marilyn Monroe died in August, he created a series based on her portrait.  

As for his career, Eleanor Ward, founder of the Stable Gallery, that gave many American artists their starts, offered him his first solo show in NYC  which took place November 6 – 24

On this POST, Andy shares about his Gold Marilyn, positively reviewed by the famous art critic Michael Fried.

The architect and collector Philip Johnson will buy the painting for $800 and donate it to the MoMa, giving a big push to Warhol’s career.




Warhol: The Biography, Victor Bockris, 2003

Capital: New York, Capital of the 20th Century. Kenneth Goldsmith, 2016

Andy Warhol’s Ascent in the Art World, Roger Kamholz, 26 oct 2013

Andy's Gold Marilyn, 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 30" x 24" (76 x 61 cm)