Harmony Ball | Kingdom Andy Warhol Historical Pot Belly NIB
After graduating from the Carnegie Institute Andy Warhol moved to New York and worked as a commercial artist. He had his first group show at MOMA in 1956 and by appropriating images from pop culture, the next decade would be his most prolific. His paintings, such as the Campbell's Soup Can and screen prints of Marilyn Monroe remain icons of 20th-century art.
About 1 1/2" wide, 2 1/2" tall
©2005 - Retired, Very Rare / HTF
In original gift box with biographical Trading Card and Official Pot Belly Registration Card.
Acquired directly from the Harmony Ball Company, never displayed.
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