More than 30 years after Andy Warhol’s death in 1987, his art continues to be reproduced around the world. But one artist is taking this to a new level: London-based Paul Stephenson, who after acquiring the original acetates has produced what experts have termed ‘authentic Warhol paintings’.
In collaboration with Warhol’s original screenprinter, Alexander Heinrici, Paul has reproduced four of the Pop Art founder’s most iconic artworks for his new collection, After Warhol. His drive for authenticity led him to source the same materials and follow Warhol’s technique exactly, creating ‘posthumous Warhols’ akin to those currently on display at the Andy Warhol Museum.
Paul’s 10-year project has been featured by the BBC and VICE Magazine, with leading Warhol expert Rainer Crone stating that the works should be considered amongst those created by the artist himself.
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