Considered one of the top “pop” artists in the world, Steve Kaufman’s silk-screened canvases should instantly bring to mind the work of the most famous pop artist of all time, Andy Warhol. This is no coincidence. For the better part of a decade, the young Kaufman was a friend and apprentice of the great Warhol, gaining such trust from both the artist and his supporters that Kaufman finished a number of Warhol’s incomplete commissions after his passing.
Presented is Kaufman’s ode to the first edition of Playboy Magazine featuring the musical artist Pink as Marilyn Monroe in all her naked glory in the form of a giclee. The brilliance of the composition is bolstered by the work’s enormous size, a stirring 48.5″ x 68.5″. Overall, one of the finest tributes to this iconic blonde bombshell. But don’t take our word for it-the image speaks for itself.
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