1967 ANDY WARHOL MARILYN MONROE SIGNED PRINTInvest Now
$170,000Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$10.00Initial Offering Share Price
05/2022Initial Offering Date
Just days after the death of Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol produced the first of his Marilyn silkscreen portraits. Solidifying Warhol as master of pop art, the Marilyn portraits have continued to appreciate. On May 9th 2022, Christie’s auctioned Warhol’s “Shot Sage Blue Marilyn” to an unnamed buyer for $195M — a record for the most expensive piece of art ever sold. It isn’t only Warhol’s early portraits that command premiums at auction. The market for Warhol’s prints has regularly outperformed financial markets including the S&P 500, according to Art Radar Journal. #WARHOL1 is a 1967 Andy Warhol Marilyn Monroe Signed Print, 1 of just 250 examples.
“The Warhol market is considered the bellwether of post-war and contemporary art.”— The Economist | November 2009
Andy Warhol is born Andrew Warhola in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His parents are immigrants from a part of Europe that is now part of Slovakia. They move to New York shortly after Andy's birth.
Warhol graduates from Carnegie Melon with a degree in pictorial design.
Warhol’s work first appears in print in an issue of Glamour magazine, in which he illustrates a story called “What is Success?”
Warhol creates his first pop paintings. His piece "Coca-Cola" is evidence that his transition from hand-painted works to silkscreens did not happen overnight.
Actress Marilyn Monroe dies of a drug overdose at 36 years of age in her home in Los Angeles, California.
Warhol first utilizes his now famous silkscreen process. Among his first photographic silkscreen works are his paintings of Marilyn Monroe made from a production still from the 1953 film, Niagara.
Print-publishing business Factory Additions is established by Warhol. He uses the business to publish a series of screen print portfolios on his signature subjects. Marilyn Monroe is the first. Factory Additions publishes Marilyn’s image in two hundred and fifty folios, each containing ten differently colored Marilyn screen prints on paper. #WARHOL1 is printed.
Warhol dies of cardiac arrest at the age of 58. His will dictates that his entire estate will go to create a foundation dedicated to the visual arts. The foundation remains one of the largest grant-giving organizations for the visual arts in the United States.
The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, PA, cofounded by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Dia Art Foundation and Carnegie Institute is announced. It will become home to more than 500,000 objects and will be the largest repository of Warhol’s artwork and archival materials and will be among the most comprehensive single-artist museums in the world.
Warhol is inducted to the Art Directors Club of New York.
Andy Warhol: A Documentary Film airs as a part of The American Masters series on PBS. It is awarded a Peabody Award this same year.
The Times Online names Warhol the 8th most famous artist of all time.
Time Out New York names Andy Warhol the 21st most famous artist of all time.
The Warhol Diaries is released on Netflix. Based on a book by the same name, the six-part documentary is narrated by an A.I. made to sound identical to Warhol.
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #WARHOL1 and offer it on the Rally platform.
Christie's auctions Warhol’s “Shot Sage Blue Marilyn” to an unnamed buyer for $195M — the most expensive work by a U.S. artist ever sold at auction.
Each of Warhol’s Marilyn portraits feature the artist’s take on a publicity photo from the motion picture, Niagra.Invest Now
|Initial Offering Share Price||$10.00|
|Number of Shares||17,000|
|Initial Offering Market Cap.||$170,000|
|Memorabilia Type||Signed Print, Full Sheet|
|Size||914 x 914 mm|