Andy Warhol

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Debbie Harry

1980
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Andy Warhol produced most of his iconic silkscreened portraits as paid commissions, like this one of Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry. To take the initial photograph used for the screenprint, Warhol used a Polaroid camera, before enlarging the image and printing it in bold, block colours. To make extra money from the sale, Warhol would usually create at least four prints in different colours, so that when the sitter saw them all laid out together, they’d buy more of them. Harry has remarked that this upsell didn’t work on her, however, as she just couldn’t afford them – but that it was very difficult to choose between the images.
  • Artist Andy Warhol
  • Artwork Debbie Harry
  • Exhibition Andy Warhol
  • Date of work 1980
  • Credit Original: ANDY WARHOL Debbie Harry 1980 Acrylic paint and screenprint on canvas 106.7 x 106.7 cm ©/®/™ 2020 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Scarob Inc. is the exclusive owner of Debbie Harry’s name, image and likeness
About the artist
Andy Warhol (1928 – 1987) was an American artist whose work commented on contemporary themes in American society: consumerism, celebrity, mass production, disaster and death. His openness to subject matter was matched by a willingness to explore all media, resulting in an innovative approach to painting, photography, drawing, printmaking, and experimental filmmaking. He introduced popular everyday subjects into his practice, openly acknowledging the wide-ranging influences on his work, and built a lasting reputation as one of the most important figures of the Pop Art movement.
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The safety of our staff, visitors and community is our top priority and so in line with advice from Public Health England the galleries and shops, including the Tate online shop are now closed until further notice.

Delivery times

We aim to deliver shop products within:

UK – 3-5 working days

Europe – 5-7 working days

Rest of world – 7-10 working days

Delivery costs

We currently offer free standard delivery on UK orders over £50. Please note that this is offer is valid only online. Our other delivery costs are as follows.

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UK – £3.60 per order

Europe – £12 per order

Rest of world – £28 per order

Limited editions

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Unframed prints and small works:
UK – £30 each
Europe – £120 each
Rest of world – £150 each

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UK – £50 each
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Rest of world – £180 each

Please note that some 3D artworks require bespoke shipping quotes, including Phyllida Barlow's Catch, 2016 and Taryn Simon's Anthem, 2015.

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