Andy Warhol

Dallas – A dramatic image of African elephants and baboons could bring $70,000 or more when it crosses the block in Heritage Auctions’ Photographs Auction Oct. 4 in New York. Peter Beard Untitled (Elephants and Baboons under Kilimanjaro), 1984 (estimate: $30,000-50,000) is a spectacular and massive (80 inches

Man Ray.jpgFRANKLIN, Mass. - A drawing in ink on paper attributed to Romanian artist Victor

87-Cappiello copy.jpgNew York—On Thursday, May 25, Swann Galleries will hold

2431-161 copy.jpgNew York— On Tuesday, November 15, Swann Galleries will

TEFAF.jpgA unique Andy Warhol silkscreen print of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands is one of many

DALLAS—Andy Warhol's Endangered Species, 1983, set a new world record for a numbered edition when it sold for $725,000 in Heritage Auctions’ New York debut of

Andy Warhol (1928-1987) is synonymous with postwar American art, and despite being most recognized for his images of soup cans and Marilyn Monroe, the artist was also a passionate cameraman, famously bringing his Minox 35L with him wherever he went, capturing on film the contradictions and joys of modern life. Many of these images were published in America, Warhol's 1985 work, part photo-