About Revolver Gallery - Your Andy Warhol Specialists

Revolver Gallery is a Los Angeles-based art gallery with a one-artist program focusing on the life and work of the pioneer of Pop Art, Andy Warhol. With over 250 original prints and paintings in its collection for sale, Revolver Gallery has the largest “gallery-owned” Warhol collection worldwide. Revolver Gallery contextualizes the artist’s body of work and historical significance through outreach, strategic partnerships with leading institutions, and curating international Warhol exhibitions. 

Andy Warhol Art Works for Sale

At Revolver, there are over 250 original Andy Warhol art works for sale. Warhol used his signature techniques – silkscreens, reproduced serially and often painted with bright colors, to portray subjects that combined his fascination with glamour, celebrity, and commercial production. Gallery patrons can buy Warhol works that exemplify his vision and techniques such as Campbell’s Soup Cans, Marilyn Monroe or Mao.

Andy wasn’t only a great artist of his time, he also was a great businessman. #WarholQuotes #RevolverGallery #Warhol
We all know our gallery owner @ron_rivlin loves all things Warhol, but did you know Ron Rivlin also owns Andy’s famous Rolls Royce?! This is a one of a kind car with a history to match, we can only imagine the conversations that went down in there! #RonsCorner #RevolverGallery #Warhol
Have you heard about the time Steve Jobs gave Andy a computer lesson? It all happened when Steve Jobs gave John Lennon's son Sean a new Macintosh computer. Steve was busy setting up the computer in Sean's room when Andy came in and was enthralled by the machine. Steve Jobs took the time to teach Andy how to use the mouse and draw a circle on the monitor. This moment inspired Andy to make his graphic art for years to come and make Apple one of his muses! Currently, Revolver has one of the only 30 unique prints at the gallery. #WednesdayWarholHistory #RevovlerGallery #Warhol
Andy getting Johanna Dichand ready for her portrait (1981, by Michael Horowitz) #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisited #Warhol
Andy Warhol with Gerson and Judith Leiber’s dog, Sterling, photographed by Paige Powell. Featured in Animals by Paige Powell, published by Gucci and Dashwood Books. // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol
Andy Warhol with pink orangutans the designer Halston sent over to surprise him for his birthday in 1985, photographed by Paige Powell. Featured in Animals by Paige Powell, published by Gucci and Dashwood Books. // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol #AndyWarhol
Grace Jones, Keith Haring and Andy Warhol at Paradise Garage, New York, 1983 // #AndyWarhol #Warhol #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisited #KeithHaring #GraceJones
Andy Warhol photographing Farrah Fawcett // #AndyWarhol #Warhol #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisited #FarrahFawcett
Andy Warhol, Jacqueline Schnabel, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Julian Schnabel and Kenny Scharf at the opening of Indochine, 1984 // #AndyWarhol #Warhol #WarholRevisited #RevolverGallery #JacquelineSchnabel #JeanMichelBasquiat #JulianSchnabel #KennyScharf #Indochine
Artists Andy Warhol and Keith Haring in Montreaux, Switzerland on March 26, 1986 // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol #AndyWarhol #KeithHaring
Happy Birthday to the iconic and legendary #AndyWarhol // Warhol would have been 92 today and continues to serve as one of best pop artists of all time. #Warhol #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisited
Mr. Chow, Nick Rhodes of Duran Duran and Andy Warhol attend Andy Warhol Birthday Party on August 6, 1985 at Mr. Chow's in New York City // #AndyWarhol #WarholRevisited #Warhol #RevolverGallery #MrChow #NickRhodes
Contrary to his self-image, Warhol had highbrow tastes when it came to literature and theater, according to friends. // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol #AndyWarhol
Some of Warhol’s greatest influences were powerful, brainy women like the writer Isabel Nash Eberstadt and artist Marisol. // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol #AndyWarhol #Marisol #IsabelNashEberstadt
Death and Disaster series, 1962 - “When you see a gruesome picture over and over again,” Warhol once said, “it doesn’t really have any effect.” // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol #AndyWarhol #DeathandDisaster
Andy liked to change his birthday and make up stories about his youth when doing interviews with the press. His birth date was never recorded at a hospital anyway. // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol #AndyWarhol #JeanMichelBasquiat #Basquiat
Dollar Bill series, 1962 - Warhol painted dollar bills as crumpled, torn, folded and in small denominations to align himself with the average American. // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol #AndyWarhol
Andy knew that having celebrities as the main subject of his craft was his ticket to success, aside from the fact that he was genuinely fascinated by them. // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol #AndyWarhol
Andy Warhol went to Carnegie Mellon University to study art after High School. Despite having a degree in Art, he would use commercial images and reproduce them over and over. His answer to his critics who asked why he did this was, “Because it was easy”. // #RevolverGallery #WarholRevisted #Warhol #carnegiemellon #AndyWarhol