• Alex Katz Prints

    Katz has reproduced many of his beautiful paintings through printmaking, in fact, he has been more prolific in printmaking than many of his peers, and has produced more than 400 editions to date. The artist has used a wide variety of various techniques for the production of his prints, such as lithography, silkscreen, linoleum cut and woodcut.

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  • Andy Warhol Eating a Hamburger

    The scene is fascinating: Pop artist Andy Warhol sits at a table. In front of him, there’s a paper bag containing a regular meal from Burger King. Warhol takes the burger from its packaging and starts to eat it.

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  • Keith Haring’s Signs and Symbols

    The Haring artwork, for sale at Vertu, reflects the playfulness and intricacy of all Haring’s work. While studying at the School of Visual Arts in New York, Haring took classes in semiotics, the study of signs and symbols and their use or interpretation.

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  • Victor Vasarely’s Alphabet Plastique

    Vasarely used the Alphabet Plastique to create the depth and optical design that is the signature of his artworks. At Vertu we have for sale, two unique pieces that use the Alphabet Plastique with unusual mediums.

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  • Jasper Johns Prints for Sale

    Jasper Johns’ quip, “Take an object. Do something to it. Do something else to it,” belies the underlying emotion that comes through in his work.

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  • Andy Warhol Shoes

    Warhol’s illustrations for the I. Miller shoe company captured the attention of readers and stimulated the sales and reputation of the company. The ads “revitalized and revived the I. Miller brand, and from a dowdy, musty, fusty, dusty, dowager establishment, it became a stylish emporium for debutantes.”

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