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|| During the mid-1960s, photographer, Marshall Swerman, visited Andy Warhol’s infamous studio, the Factory, many times, enjoying the wild parties and hanging out, meeting the great and near-great of that era. Warhol agreed to be photographed by Swerman and allowed the young photographer to direct the shots. The result was a series of iconic pictures of Andy in his environment. Swerman's Warhol portraits are included in the Warhol Museum collection in Pittsburgh, were highlighted in the Ric Burns PBS American Masters documentary of the artist in 2006, and were included in the Asian traveling exhibit “Andy Warhol – 15 Minutes Eternal,” organized by the Andy Warhol Museum in 2014.
Open Edition, signed by the photographer, Marshall Swerman.
Size listed is the paper size, photograph includes a border. Please allow 2-3 weeks to receive the print. All framed orders come with a black frame and white mat (unless a white frame is requested) and require an extra two weeks for delivery.