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Medium: SYNTHETIC POLYMER PAINT AND SILKSCREEN INK ON CANVAS
Description: Warhol Foundation stamp on verso. Artwork is in excellent condition. Certificate of authenticity included.
"The same lush color, accompanied by the finger painting he experimented with in the early 70's, is present in a series of portraits of Jason McCoy, Jackson Pollock's wealthy, good-looking nephew. 'We were bewildered and flattered when Andy said he wanted to do our portraits,' recalls Steve Mazoh, McCoy's partner at the time. Was the pair of portraits a gift? 'Are you kidding?' Mazon says, chortling. ""No, he was charging.' But Andy signed the Poloroid camera and left it behind as a keepsake."