Mick Jagger 140, 1975
Signed by both Andy Warhol and Mick Jagger
From an edition of 250
43 × 29 inches (109.2 × 73.7 cm.)
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Andy Warhol, the leading figure of the Pop-Art vanguard in 1960, he is now one of the most acclaimed figures of his time. He was a highly skilled multidisciplinary artist who raised controversial and necessary conversations between the value of fine art and commercial art with his practice. Warhol was a Pop-Culture lover, and by the end of the '60s, Warhol started following a less commercial path. At the beginning of the '70s, Warhol began to dedicate most of his time to social events and portraitures.
Example of that is this exclusive portrait of the Rolling Stones’ icon Mick Jagger. After designing the band’s Sticky Fingers album in 1971, Warhol released a set of ten screenprints featuring the rock and roll bad-boy superstar in 1975. Signed by both Jagger and Warhol, this impressively expressive and striking image incorporates hand-drawn elements and irregularly shaped blocks of color. Although Andy Warhol comes by as a reference to the consumerist culture, he was a lover for everything that had to do with beauty, celebrity and wealth, making him an excellent acquisition for any luxurious space.