Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Warhol Turquoise Marilyn


Turquoise Marilyn

Andy Warhol



Andy Warhol actually painted five colored Marilyns in 1964 with different colored backgrounds: red, orange, light blue, sage blue, and turquoise and he stored them at The Factory, his studio on East 47th Street in Manhattan. Dorothy Podber (1932–2008), a friend of Factory photographer Billy Name, saw the recently completed paintings stacked against one another at the studio and asked Warhol if she could shoot them. Believing that she meant she wanted to photograph the paintings, Warhol agreed. Podber doffed her pair of black gloves, withdrew a small revolver from her purse, and fired a shot into the stack of four "Marilyn" paintings, which became known as The Shot Marilyns. (The fifth painting with the turquoise background was not in the stack.)


Turquoise Marilyn by Bellino

Turquoise Marilyn

Framed Fine Art Print


If you Want Marilyn, but can't afford the rediculous sum of 80 Million Dollars, there is
an alternative. Get a Turquoise Marilyn by the artist Bellino for just over 100 dollars.
It will look just as good as the 80 Million Dollar origianl by Andy Warhol, but for 80 Million
Dollars less. You can buy a couple House, a Yacht, a Ferrari, a Cadillac, and still have more than 70 Million Dollars left over, than if you bought the original. And again, Belllino's turquoise Marilyn looks just as good. It's really beautiful, and will look great on one of your walls. We just Love it, and have one hanging in our office, as well as in our homes (different collors).

So if you want a Marilyn of your very own, click here to go to Fine Art America and get yours today.


Monday, October 11, 2021