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.

Warhol made a guest visit at a farewell party for Leigh Taylor Young in 1967. After discovering the actress loved butterflies, he decided to draw one on her leg. 
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Andy Warhol and Leigh Taylor Young at a Nightclub on East 59th Street NYC. (Image by Oscar Abolafia, 1967) @spiritlty @oscar_abolafia 
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Filmmaker Emile de Antonio (who Warhol called “De”) acted as a mentor to Andy when he was first starting out in New York. “De was the first person I know of to see commercial art as real art and real art as commercial art, and he made the whole New York art world see it that way, too.” –Andy Warhol, Popism
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“Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it.” - Andy Warhol
Happy Monday. Try and find beauty today! (hint: there’s a lot on our website 😉 link in bio!) 
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“Mick was coming over at 4:00 and I wanted to avoid him because, I don’t know, what can you say to Mick Jagger?” – Andy Warhol, November 10, 1980.
The photograph above was taken by Ken Regan in 1977 at the Factory. Andy and Mick would meet many times over the years; the Rolling Stones even stayed at his Montauk residence in 1975 to rehearse for their upcoming tour.  #revolvergallery #andywarhol #mickjagger #rollingstones
Revolver Gallery has acquired its first NFT, a self portrait which is amongst the only posthumous works released by the Andy Warhol Foundation. It’s a historical moment for the Warhol legacy and the art world itself. Warhol’s stunning self portrait, made on his Amiga computer in 1985, was restored from a floppy disk in 2014 along with other works. By creating these digital pieces, Warhol is now widely considered to be the first commercial artist to experiment with digital art. Gallery owner Ron Rivlin won the digital piece in Christie’s online auction titled “Andy Warhol: Machine Made.” It’s a first for Ron Rivlin and Revolver Gallery, who now owns one of 5 official NFTs from the milestone release by the Andy Warhol Foundation.
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#nft #andywarhol #christiesauction #christies #digitalart #arthistory
Andy Warhol met Edie Sedgwick on March 26, 1965 at a birthday party for Tennessee Williams. Andy described his first impression of the actress in “The Philosophy of Andy Warhol”  by saying he was, “So beautiful but so sick. I was really intrigued.” Sedgwick soon became one of Andy’s muses, starring in multiple of his films.
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Edie Sedgwick and Warhol at dinner party in NYC, 1965.
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Here’s our giveaway winner @davey.charles with his Marilyn 31 print! Lookin’ good. Congrats Dave!! And thanks to everyone for participating ❤️⚡️
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#marilynmonroe #andywarhol #giveaway #revolvergallery
Candy Darling was one of Warhol’s brightest superstars. She was known for her major role in his 1971 film Women in Revolt. She also performed in the Tennessee Williams play Small Craft Warnings and worked alongside a young Robert De Niro in Jackie Curtis’ play, Glamour, Glory and Gold. 
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Andy Warhol and Farrah Fawcett Photo Shoot. “Farrah somewhat nervous, told Andy that she had studied his work as an art student and was eager to sit for him.”

Andy Warhol and Farrah Fawcett working together at his New York studio in 1980. After taking many photos of the model with his Big Shot Polaroid—his favorite camera—Warhol turned the photos into iconic Pop Art portraits. He did this by enlarging his photos and painting over them to various degrees of alteration. This polaroid-to-print method would become a common theme in Warhol’s artistic output, especially during the 70s and 80s. Warhol took thousands of instant photos, which make up just a small percentage of his photographic oeuvre. He captured everyone from Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jack Nicholson, and Audrey Hepburn, to Muhammad Ali, Yves Saint-Laurent, and Wilhelmina Ross. He was truly the celebrities’ celebrity.
(This video is owned by ABC. Revolver Gallery claims no ownership of this material.)
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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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#andywarhol #warhol #popart #ingridbergman #revolvergallery #casablanca #thenun #superstar
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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#andywarhol #warhol #polaroid #dollyparton #arethafranklin #blondie #debbieharry #wilhelminaross @blondieofficial @arethafranklin