ANDY WARHOL, Andy´s Christmas shoes, 2003, modernist Rosenthal porcelain
Andy Warhol [Pittsburgh 1928 – 1987 New York]
Porcelain object, Pop Art
Multiple 2003, 99er edition, porcelain,
Rosenthal porcelain, 1/99 Annual object Year 2003
limited art series “Ars porcellana – rosenthal relief series”
Multiple. Color serigraph on porcelain
Execution: porcelain manufactory Rosenthal Studio Line (Rosenthal AG), Germany
Dimensions: 10.4 x 20 x 7.5 cm
In a padded wooden box: 10 x 27.5 x 27.5 cm
Excellent condition in its original wooden box
In the mid-50s Warhol created a series of drawing of shoes, which he called the ‘Golden Shoes’ and which, to an extent, personified important people of that time or were dedicated to them. As confessed fan of Christmas, Warhol took up this theme and also drew imaginative, cheerful ironic ‘Christmas Shoes’ in various shapes and of bright colors. Rosenthal Studio Line picked up two motifs from the extensive number of drawings and turned them into three-dimensional objects made of porcelain. ‘Andy’s Merry Christmas Shoe, limited to 99 copies and decorated with holly, is one of the highlights of the Christmas-edition by the master of pop art.
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