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Andy Warhol Wayne Gretzky 306 screenprint in a black frame.
Andy Warhol Wayne Gretzky 306 screenprint out of frame.
Wayne Gretzky's signature at the bottom of Wayne Gretzky 306 by Andy Warhol.
Andy Warhol's signature at the bottom of the Wayne Gretzky 306 screenprint.
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Wayne Gretzky 306

Catalogue Title: Wayne Gretzky (FS II.306)

Year: 1984

Size: 40″ x 32″

Medium: Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board

Edition: Edition of 300, 50 AP, 6 PP which are trial proof variations, signed and numbered in pencil in lower left. Some prints were also signed by Wayne Gretzky.


Warhol created his piece Wayne Gretzky 306, a print of hockey’s “The Great One,” in 1984 to help draw attention to the Canadian art market. Though Andy Warhol was not a big hockey fan, he said of Gretzky “He’s more than a hockey player, he’s an entertainer” (Warhol in an interview with Matthew Flamm for CBC Radio News, January 1983). Wayne Gretzky was Canada’s biggest celebrity in the early eighties. He is still considered by many as the greatest player of the game.

Wayne Gretzky 306 by Andy Warhol as Part of His Larger Body of Work

Warhol is widely credited as one of the most significant artists of the 20th century. After studying design at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Warhol moved to New York in 1949 to pursue a career as a commercial artist. Though successful, Warhol wanted to be an independent painter. In the early 1960s he began to create paintings based on advertising imagery. He established his own studio and developed his signature style, employing commercial silkscreening techniques to create mass-produced images. With his multiple images of soup cans, soda bottles, dollar bills and celebrities, Warhol revealed the beauty within mass culture and redefined the art world.

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