Andy Warhol  Ingrid Bergman - The Nun (FS II.314)
Andy Warhol Ingrid Bergman - The Nun (FS II.314) / Screenprint / numbered / edition 250 Year: 1983 Format: 96,52 x 96,52 cm / 37.8 x 37.8 inch Material: Lenox Museum Board. Method: Screenprint Edition: 250, 20 AP, 5 PP, 30 HC, 30 TP Other: handsigned, numbered. Ingrid Bergman, The Nun (FS II.314 ) is an artwork by Andy Warhol. The image is one of three silkscreen prints from the Ingrid Bergman Portfolio, commissioned and published in 1983 by the Swedish art gallery Galerie Börjeson in Malmö. The gallery wanted Warhol to portray and honor Bergman as one of the most important Swedish actresses to win an Academy Award. The three-part portfolio consists of portraits of Bergman titled Herself, With Hat and The Nun. For the Ingrid Bergman prints, Warhol drew on publicity stills and images from the actress’ filmography, ultimately selecting film stills from her performances in the classic films Casablanca (1942) and The Bells of St. Mary’s (1945), as well as a publicity photograph of the actress. Each silkscreen image captures Bergman’s personality and highlights her various details and facial features. In The Nun, Bergman is depicted in a traditional nun’s habit with her eyes forward as she clasps her hands in a prayer gesture. The still is from the film The Bells of St. Mary’s, in which Bergman played a character named Sister Mary Benedict. The film was one of her most important roles and the highest- grossing film of 1945 in the United States.

Andy Warhol
Ingrid Bergman - The Nun (FS II.314), 1983

Maße: 96.00 x 96.00 cm
Siebdruck
Preis: € 58000.00
Anbieter: FRANK FLUEGEL GALERIE


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