Andy Warhol / Indian Head Nickel (FS II.385) Presented by Revolver Gallery

Andy WARHOL - Indian Head Nickel (FS II.385)

Presented by Revolver Gallery

  • Year
    1986
  • Technical
    Screenprint
  • Image size
    0,0 x 0,0 cm / 0.0 x 0.0 in
  • Paper size
    91,4 x 91,4 cm / 36.0 x 36.0 in
  • Edition
    Edition of 250
  • Price
    On demand
  • Reference
    FS II.385
  • Visit(s)
    1277
  • Condition
Andy WARHOL - Indian Head Nickel (FS II.385)

INDIAN HEAD NICKEL 385
In 1986, the year before his death, Andy Warhol continued his appropriation of classic American icons and images with his “Cowboys and Indians” series, a portfolio of ten graphic screenprints representing traditional figures and figureheads of the American West.

INDIAN HEAD NICKEL 385 AS PART OF ANDY WARHOL’S LARGER BODY OF WORK
Warhol interspersed recognizable portraits of well-known American “heroes”–John Wayne, Annie Oakley, Teddy Roosevelt, and General George Custer–with less familiar Native American images and motifs in his ironic commentary on Americans’ collective mythologizing of the historic West. Rather than portraying Native Americans within their historical landscape or Cowboys in their veritable forms, Warhol chose to portray a popular, romanticized version of the American West. The West that he chose to represent is familiar to everyone and can be seen in novels, films, TV series. Warhol’s Cowboys and Indians Suite is an ahistorical representation that mirrors a popular interpretation of the American West.Indian Head Nickel is a fine example of Warhol’s aesthetic intent in its reduction of an entire heritage and way of life into a single “trademark” image.

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