Andy Warhol Self Portrait

A typical Andy Warhol Self Portrait will have him staring expressionless into the viewers eyes revealing little more than his looks. Compared to many other artists, he did a lot of self-portraits. Most of them were based on pictures he took of himself as opposed to looking into a mirror and produced oil paintings based on what he saw similar to Vincent Van Gogh. The pictures are like a biography showing how he changed over the years in the physical sense and how his artistic style developed.
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Resources for Authenticity
Andy’s self portraits are considered part of the Pop Art (sometimes called Popart) movement. Even after 50 years his art is still considered a major influence of the contemporary art scene. Owners of his art could have piece of valued fine art and if you should have questions about its authenticity or any other Warhol-related art or memorabilia you should contact the Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board at telephone (212) 727-1735.

Andy Warhol Museum
One resource well worth considering for any Warhol fan is a visit to the Andy Warhol Museum located in the artist’s hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. The museum has over 12,000 works of his art and memorabilia including many self portraits.

Quotes on the Self Portraits
Today a Warhol self portrait is easily available as an inexpensive print or poster. What I find most interesting is these self portraits also prominently include Andy Warhol quotations. This is ironic in my opinion because he intentionally tried to say little about himself in a self portrait and now marketers use his own words to say it for him pasted in large fonts right over his body. He would not be offended though, in fact he would likely be pleased to see that his art was produced by others and commercialized.

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