Andy Warhol Commissioned to Re-Imagine Ingrid Bergman
In 1983 Andy Warhol was contacted by Galerie Borjeson to so a suite of images of Ingrid Bergman. In the mid-eighties most of Warhol’s work was commissions, and at that point, in his career, he had made a name for himself re-imaging the most iconic celebrities. He did three screen prints of Ingrid.
313 is based on a publicity photograph. Side by side you can see how his minor alteration made a big difference in the mood of the image.
314 Is based on a still from the 1945 film “Bells Of Saint Mary” Once again you can see Warhol adapted the shot to match his vision.
315 is based on a still from the 1944 Film Casablanca.
COLLECTORS DETAILS | Andy Warhol’s Ingrid Bergman Suite
PUBLISHER: Galerie Borjeson
Portfolio: Three Screen prints (single image)
Medium: Screen Print on Lenox Museum Board
Size : 38×38
Edition: 250 | 20 Artists Proofs | 5 Printer Proofs | 30 Hors Commerce (not for sale) | 30 Trials Proofs signed and numbered in pencil on the lower right.