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.

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.

Ingrid Bergman, Herself 313 is a part of Andy Warhol’s Ingrid Bergman series, which includes three screen prints featuring the Academy Award winning actress. Two of the images Warhol used were taken from her roles in the films Casablanca and The Bell of Saint Mary’s, while this particular print is from a publicity photo. Bergman was regarded as one of the most gorgeous actresses of the time. Here, Warhol portrays her beautifully with delicate lines accentuating her features, and vibrant colors filling in the geometric background. The other 2 Ingrid Bergman prints are equally as stunning... and you can see them on our website! Check the link in our bio to find more info on our Ingrid Bergman collection ⚡️⚡️
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Did you know the Factory changed locations three times between the ‘60s and ‘80s? The original, shown with Warhol on the balcony here, was at 231 East 47th Street in New York.
 
“The location was great—47th Street and 3rd Avenue. We’d always hear demonstrators on their way to the UN for all the rallies. The Pope rode by on 47th Street once on his way to St. Patrick’s...Famous people had started to come by the studio, to peek at the on-going party, I suppose—Kerouac, Ginsberg, Fonda and Hopper, Barnett Newman, Judy Garland, the Rolling Stones...it seemed like everything was starting then.” –Andy Warhol 
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“The Sex Pistols arrived in the U.S. today. Punk is going to be so big. They’re so smart, whoever’s running their tour, because they’re starting in Pittsburgh where the kids have nothing to do, so they’ll go really crazy.” –Andy Warhol, January 3rd, 1978

Andy Warhol (born Andrew Warhola) was born in Depression-era Pittsburgh and struggled from a neurological disorder called St. Vitus Dance. When he was home from school he too had little to do and would entertain himself by looking at comics and magazines. He would later move to New York City and drop the “a” from his last name, leaving the Steel City behind.
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“Fantasy love is much better than reality love. Never doing it is very exciting. The most exciting attractions are between two opposites that never meet.” – Andy Warhol
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Andy Warhol with @dollyparton July 1984. One year later, Warhol made a portrait of the legendary country singer with his polaroid. He highlighted many female artists throughout the 1980s and early 70s, such as Debbie Harry, Wilhelmina Ross, and Aretha Franklin.
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Siberian Tiger 297 by Andy Warhol, 1983, screenprint on Lenox Museum Board.

In 1983 Warhol was commissioned by his friends Ron and Freyda Feldman to create the “Endangered Species” series. As political activists and celebrated philanthropists, the Feldmans asked Warhol to create a portfolio of 10 endangered species in order to raise environmental consciousness.

Warhol gave the animals his signature Pop Art treatment, and fondly referred to the series as his “animals and makeup.” More prints from this portfolio include the Black Rhinoceros, African Elephant, and the Bald Eagle. Check out our website for more info and pricing!
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“Art is what you can get away with.” - Andy Warhol
✨Don’t forget to enter our April Giveaway!!✨ Check out our profile to enter for your chance to win a FREE Marilyn 31 Sunday B. Morning screenprint!!
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✨GIVEAWAY TIME✨(OPEN)
Revolver Gallery is giving away one authentic Sunday B Morning “Marilyn 31” silkscreen print! One lucky follower will receive a stunning 36” x 36” print of one of Warhol’s most coveted creations: the Pink Marilyn. Valued at $1,000, this Sunday B Morning silkscreen is incredibly captivating. It is made using the highest quality archival inks and is printed on heavy museum board paper. The print is frameless and extremely vibrant. 
⚡️👇🏼HOW TO ENTER👇🏼⚡️
1️⃣ LIKE and SHARE this post on your story (if you are a private account, tag us so we can see you’ve shared the post)
2️⃣Follow @andywarholrevolvergallery on Instagram. 
3️⃣ Tag 2 friends in the comments.
‼️Rules‼️
You must complete all the above steps in order to be entered in the giveaway. The contest is open to residents of the US only. The contest begins Thursday, April 1st and ends on Friday, April 30th at 11:59PM PST. The winner will be announced on Thursday, May 6th. The winner will be chosen randomly and contacted through instagram. Revolver Gallery pays full shipping price to mail the prize. If you win, send us a photo with your brand new Marilyn 31 print for us to feature on our page! You have 3 days to claim your prize or another winner will be chosen at random.
Good luck!! 🎲🎲
Legal: This contest is in no way sponsored, administered, or associated with Instagram. By entering, participants confirm that they are 13+ years of age, release Instagram of responsibility, and agree to Instagram's terms of use.
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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. 
35 years ago, on March 29th, 1987,  Andy Warhol appeared on the cover of the Sunday Times Magazine holding his prints of Queen Elizabeth II from his Reigning Queens collection. 

Yet another magazine reminiscing on the life of Warhol. The article ruminates on how Warhol was famous for 25 years. “To some he was the true modern artist portraying the obsessions of our times, using the tools of our times. To others; he was a con man; yet to others he was the ultimate exploiter, a voyeur who even watched impassively as people killed themselves.”
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When life gives you lemons… you make art. 🍋 🍋 🍋 🍋
Andy Warhol’s “Lemons 196” shows several lemons scattered across a pink background. This work was the first of Warhol’s “Space Fruit” portfolio from 1978, in which Warhol created screenprints depicting a variety of fruits. Rather than capturing images of glamorous celebrities and music stars, Warhol created the “Space Fruit” series to showcase the natural beauty of everyday life, similar to his Flowers portfolio. Other works from this series include “Apples 200” and “Oranges 197”.
These prints are all on display at the Revolver Gallery, checkout the link in our bio for more information.
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Andy Warhol famously showcased his love of nature in silkscreen series such as “flowers” and “endangered species.” This portrait of him, posing with a sunflower, lay undiscovered in a desk until 2012.
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“I never fall back to sleep [once as I wake up]. It seems like a dangerous thing to do. A whole day of life is like a whole day of television. TV never goes off the air once it starts for the day, and I don’t either. At the end of the day the whole day will be a movie. A movie made for TV.” –Andy Warhol 
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Life Savers 353 (1985) is a prime example of Warhol’s fascination with consumerism and advertising. This screenprint belongs to Warhol’s Ads series, in which he recreated images of popular advertisements, both celebrating and critiquing their ubiquitous existence. Life Savers 353 demonstrates the nature of consumer culture and marketing, with its tempting remarks spread across the board, convincing the viewer to buy a roll. Check out the link in our bio for more information on this piece and pricing. #andywarhol #andywarholart #warhol #revolvergallery #lifesavers #lifesavers353
Among all of his captivating works, Andy Warhol’s Silver Clouds piece is one of his most enthralling projects to date. The silver balloons, which are still shown in museums to this day, hover over the gallery floor and are inflated with a mixture of air and helium. The installation’s audience would be trapped by the metallic balloons, consumed by their gleaming surfaces.
In 1966, Warhol began to further explore his interest in filmmaking and performance art. Silver Clouds marked his departure from painting. #andywarhol #revolvergallery #warhol #art #silverclouds
On This Day: 34 years ago on March 9th, 1987 Andy Warhol was featured on the cover of New York Magazine. The article reminisces on Warhols gallbladder issues and fear of surgery, and shares a quote from him about his fear of death: “If I go into a hospital,” he told friends, “I won’t come out. I won’t survive another operation.”
Warhol has been featured on lots of magazine covers, like High Times, Life, Forum, and even the Amiga magazine. 
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Feeling sleepy this Monday? You’re not alone. Warhol’s very first movie was called “Sleep.” It is a 6 hour long shot of his friend sleeping. When asked in an interview, “Why have you bothered to do that? Why not create something new?” Warhol responded, “Because it’s easier to do.” As a bonus, check out the link in our Bio for this month’s newsletter on Warhol’s foray into cinema: “Warhol’s 60s Films: The Art of the Real”
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