Marilyn Monroe Dots - Big Version
Andy Warhol created three Marilyn Monroe screen print portfolios in 1967, a few years after the actress passed away in 1962. The portfolio of 10 screen prints was one of the first prints Warhol printed and distributed through Factory Additions, New York.
This artwork is made of wooden circles/dots. There are 625 pine circles/dots in this artwork. The wooden parts are covered with colored wax and protected by solid matte oil. All circles/dots are fixed to a black panel made of MDF, which is covered with polyurethane. This artwork used environmentally friendly materials.
Size: 104 x 104 cm / 40.94" x 40.94"
Material: MDF, wood, colored wax, polyurethane
Weight: 11.9 kg / 26.23 lbs
The artwork is ready for hanging up on the wall.
Worldwide shipping with tracking number. Packed in a crate. Approx. delivery 14-21 days.