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Camouflage Print Portfolio by Andy Warhol

Camouflage Print Portfolio by Andy Warhol

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Camouflage 406 Size 38×38 Inches
Camouflage 407 Size 38×38 Inches
Camouflage 408 Size 38×38 Inches
Camouflage 409 Size 38×38 Inches
Camouflage 410 Size 38×38 Inches
Camouflage 411 Size 38×38 Inches
Camouflage 412 Size 38×38 Inches
Camouflage 413 Size 38×38 Inches
Camouflage (Unique) Size 40 x 30 Inches
Camo TP (Beige) Size 38×38 Inches
Camo TP (Green And Yellow) Size 38×38 Inches
Camo TP (Grey) Size 38×38 Inches
Camo TP (Teal) Size 38×38 Inches
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Warhol’s Camouflage paintings reflect bright synthetic and inorganic colors, which would not provide a veil or disguise in any landscape.Camouflage Print Portfolio by Andy Warhol shows the commercialization and mass production of these paintings into prints. Created by artists at the military’s request, camouflage dates from the early 20th century. It was first used for concealment of equipment, and then for uniforms. As Warhol invented more camouflage works he incorporated the pattern into his self-portraits. In these works, the juxtaposition of identity and disguise mirrors the artist’s lifelong struggle to gain notoriety while keeping his own private life hidden.

Warhol died in the midst of completing the Camouflage edition. Consequently, the editioned prints of Camouflage prints are signed and stamped by Frederick Hughes, the executor of his estate. Since the 1980s, the Camouflage prints have continued to grow in popularity and significance, particularly with America’s continuing military involvement in the Middle East. The fluorescent and vibrant colors of Warhol’s Camouflage gives the subject an almost humorous quality, considering the traditional use of camouflage for the uniforms of American armies.

Considered by many as the most influential American artist of the second half of the 20th century, Warhol employed commercial silkscreening techniques to create identical, mass produced images on canvas with his signature style. Variations in color give each print of an edition a different and unique appearance. Warhol also created a self-portrait with a camouflage pattern around the same time.

Warhol also collaborated with the fashion designer Stephen Sprouse to create a line of camo clothing. This apparel brought the association of war into high fashion: women dressed in camouflage gowns did not blend in, but instead attracted attention in urban settings. The Camouflage Print Portfolio by Andy Warhol is one of his most recognized motifs,

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