Master in screen printing and king of pop art, Andy Warhol imagined several works around the painting The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. It was in 1986 that this controversial work came out because it dealt with a biblical subject in a pop way. He serigraphs and repeats almost endlessly this classic Renaissance work and brings it into the furious world of contemporary art. Mixing the black & white of screen printing with garish pop colors, Andy Warhol imposes his style. A major work of art now accessible thanks to Medicom and its collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation.
These Bearbrick series feature an all over water transfer print, resulting in a different pattern sequence. This means that no two figures are identical so each unit is unique. The provided pictures may be different from the item purchased.

About The Gallery

Samhart Gallery presents Contemporary Art in all its forms: painting, sculpture, digigraphy, customization, lithographies and screenprints. A choice selection of
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