Long live Liz

"Liz #5" by Andy Warhol (1963)

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The passing of Elizabeth Taylor this week made the world a slightly less beautiful place. Liz happens to have been a cultural phenomena of her time, made more apparent by Pop Art progenitor Andy Warhol’s treatment of her in art.

Warhol’s Elizabeth Taylor Pop Art piece is arguably as well known as his work depicting Marilyn Monroe. As if to echo Warhol’s statement about popular culture, it seems only fitting that an anonymous wealthy collector would put that artwork up for sale so close to the passing of the work’s subject, even if coincidental.

The actual sale by Philips de Pury won’t take place until May, according to their press release. The L.A. Times reports that the owner turned the piece over to Phillips two weeks ago, and the press release’s transmission on the day of Taylor’s funeral was “not connected.”

"Audrey Hepburn" by Gregory Kirschenbaum

Estimates for the artwork’s sale price range between $20 million and $30 million.

The Bare Square Store has beauty icons starting at $20. Audrey Hepburn, available exclusively at The Bare Square Store, captures a classic beauty in Greg Kirschenbaum’s unique style. With it’s oxidized metallic colors, Kirschenbaum’s work creates a new work with his one-of-a-kind technique. Check out Kirschenbaum’s Audrey Hepburn at The Bare Square Store.

Long live eternal beauty.

- James Wallace

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