Andy Warhol Electric Chairs at Christie's

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Andy Warhol Electric Chairs at Christie's

The complete set of ten screenprints in colours, 1971, on thick wove paper, each signed and dated in ball-point pen on the reverse, stamp numbered 215/250 will be offered on Christie's September 16, 2015.

Andy Warhol Electric Chairs at Christie's

Andy Warhol. Electric Chairs.

The complete set of ten screenprints in colours, 1971, on thick wove paper, each signed and dated in ball-point pen on the reverse, stamp numbered 215/250 (there were also fifty artist's proofs numbered in Roman numerals), published by B. Bischofberger, Zurich, with their copyright stamp on the reverse, printed to the edges of the full sheets as published, in very good condition, in the original cardboard box with the stamped edition number, the artist's name and title labelled on the front.

Estimate £100,000 – £150,000

Christie's, PRINTS & MULTIPLES sale, September 16, 2:00pm, at 8 King Street, St. James's, London.

More information is here.

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