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.

Black Rhinoceros is a print from Warhol’s Endangered Species Portfolio, commissioned by Ron and Freyda Feldman to raise awareness for animals in danger of extinction. In its effort to inspire environmental consideration, the series represents the more intentional messaging of Warhol’s later work. Other works in the series include the then-endangered bald eagle and the African Elephant. The black rhinoceros is currently considered critically endangered.
Warhol used this portfolio as an opportunity to portray the exotic animals with some of the most surreal coloration in his oeuvre. He referred to this series as “animals in makeup,” and Black Rhino is no exception. The red shading and orange background contrast sharply with the vibrant blue body and the creature’s otherworldly turquoise face to make the subject appear larger than life.
Check out the link in our bio for more information on this piece and pricing
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On March 2, 1942, lead singer of The Velvet Underground, Lou Reed, was born. Andy Warhol was the band’s manager in the 1960s. The rock band's highly influential first album was produced and financed by Warhol, who also designed the album cover. Lou Reed also created a cassette tape of songs inspired by Andy Warhol’s 1975 book The Philosophy of Andy Warhol. The tape has not yet been released to the public... 
Happy Birthday to Lou Reed! 
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Warhol was known to dine out alone and had no shame in doing it. He loved eating out by himself. In the 1970s, Warhol developed an idea for a chain of fast food restaurants “for the lonely person.” He called them “Andy-Mats,” meant for people to indulge in eating alone with the companionship of a television. 

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Writer William Burroughs gives Warhol a copy of his new book and does a drawing in it for him, much to Warhol’s excitement. 
This video was taken at the Chelsea Hotel in 1980 and belongs to the BBC.
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Andy Warhol’s Cowboys and Indians was one of his last major series, completed just one year before his death. This series goes along with the romanticized version of the American West, taking historical figures and presenting them as pop culture icons.

Sitting Bull A70 is based on an archived photo of a Sioux Chief. In this homage to Sitting Bull, the hero of the Battle of Little Big Horn, Warhol created a portrait with a white background while using light highlights to bring attention to the subject. 

Sitting Bull A70 rivaled with the portrait of General Custer that was also included in the series. Historically, Sitting Bull and General Custer met at the Battle of Little Big Horn, where Sitting Bull defeated General Custer.

This portrait was pulled from the series at the last minute, possibly because General Custer was included in the same series. For more information and pricing regarding Sitting Bull, check the link in our bio. 

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Andy Warhol | Guns (1981). Our newsletter from this month charts the dramatic change in Andy’s work after being shot in 1968. Read “From Consumerism to Catastrophe” by clicking the link in our bio!
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New music video by @lizphairofficial features a puppet Andy Warhol! Her new single “Hey Lou” is about the enigmatic  relationship between Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson. The video also features a puppet-sized warhol-inspired print.
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All credit for music and video goes to Liz Phair. Revolver Gallery does not claim to own any of the material in this post. #andywarhol #lizphair #loureed #laurieanderson #warholpuppet #revolvergallery
When asked why he chose to paint the electric chair, Andy Warhol replied, “Oh I just think they are beautiful.” 

Editioned prints of Warhol’s Electric Chairs from 1972 are now on display at the Revolver Gallery. 

Andy Warhol working in his studio “The Factory”. (Video from Andy Warhol & Pop Art Phenomenon, 1965: CBS Archives) 
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Warhol was known for loud contrasts and sharp details, but occasionally he would make bold deviations from this style. With its monochromatic scheme and its deliberate avoidance of lines, Red Lenin is an essential example of Warhol diverging from the expected.
Warhol’s portrayals of communist leaders are especially enigmatic, given his enamoration of entrepreneurship and consumerism. His famous depictions of celebrities and socialites express a commodified identity, and his efforts to turn this style towards seemingly contradictory figures demonstrates a commitment to experimentation. Here, the minimalism in the print emphasizes the bold color choice and the stern face of Lenin, capturing his austere authority while still demonstrating Warhol’s deliberate obsession with the superficial.
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Andy Warhol and Bob Dylan at the Factory, 1965. 
“I asked [Robbie Robertson] what ever happened to the Elvis painting that I gave [Bob] Dylan because every time I run into Dylan’s manager Albert Grossman he says he has it, and Robbie said that at some point Dylan traded it to Grossman for a couch! (laughs) He felt he needed a little sofa and he gave him the Elvis for it...So that was an expensive couch.” – Andy Warhol, May 11th, 1978 #revolvergallery #andywarhol #andywarholart #elvispresley #bobdylan