Andy Warhol – "Cowboys and Indians" – "Sitting Bull"

Andy Warhol issued the "Cowboys and Indians" limited edition print Portfolio 1986 This was the last edition of 10 prints. These zip Lenox Museum Board. Rupert Jasen Smith was a printer and Gaultney, Klineman Art, Inc. was the publisher.

understanding "Sitting Bull" Andy Warhol's 1986 "Cowboys and Indians" Portfolio confusing. Twice in the past month had confused the customers 'Sitting Bull'. Well, that's confusing, and I have never seen a good explanation. There's also more confusion neighbor "John Wayne", but that in a later article! Below is a breakdown of the Portfolio

Each of the 250 Regular Edition "Cowboys and Indians" portfolios include 10 different prints:

  • Geronimo
  • Mother and Child
  • John Wayne
  • Plains Indian Shield
  • Custer
  • Annie Oakley
  • Kachina dolls
  • Indian Head Nickel
  • Northwest Coast Mask
  • Teddy Roosevelt

Each of the unique 36 Trial Proof Edition "Cowboys and Indians" Portfolios listed above plus four additional 10 to 14 prints. All printed custom color combinations.

  • Sitting Bull
  • Buffalo Head nickel
  • Indian War Bonnet
  • Action Picture

To add to the confusion, an unknown number (or 250) of similar color "Sitting Bull" printed on the regular edition, but not used. The idea that they're one of 10, the regular edition, but it can be replaced by another publication. These are available in the market and is not signed or numbered. They issued Sitting Bull has been authenticated by the Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board and Estate of Andy Warhol.

Source by Henry Koelsch

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