Double Hamburger, 1986
Executed circa 1986, in a rare proof, this print was never editioned and was printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York
31 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches (80 x 59.6 cm.)
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Andy Warhol, the leading figure of the 1960s Pop Art movement, is now one of the most acclaimed figures of the 20th century. He was a highly skilled multidisciplinary artist, debuting as a commercial illustrator, who originated controversial and necessary conversations on the value of fine versus commercial art. Warhol was a pop culture lover, obsessed with consumer goods, celebrities and advertising, using every day subject matter to depict a portrait of the America of his time. His Campbell's soup cans series are one of his most iconic series of works, already part of our cultural imagery.
Contrarily to most of his artworks based on mid-century advertisements, Double Hamburger does not reference a specific brand. This print, a screenprint on handmade paper, has never been edition, making it an incredibly rare find. Warhol is still one of the pivotal figures of contemporary art history and highly admired by galleries and collectors.