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    Andy Warhol color Polaroid portrait of Liza Minnelli. (ca. 1979) Vintage original Polacolor ER Type 809 approx. 8.4 x 10.8 in. Polaroid photograph by Andy Warhol. Depicting a stylish portrait of a bare-shouldered Liza with her hair slicked back and hands framing her face. With "Polaroid" printed at bottom left of verso. A friend and patron of Warhol, Liza was the subject of numerous iconic works by the artist, including signature Warhol photographic and painted portraits as well as the cover art for the Liza Minnelli Live at Carnegie Hall album. Exhibiting minor color softening, a .75 in. crack in the top left blank border, a 1.75 in. crack to verso creating a surface impression in the top center-left blank border, creases to upper right and lower left corners with cracking to verso, and a .75 in. hairline crack to verso creating faint surface impression, only visible in raking light, in the image to the right of Liza's head. Generally in very good condition.

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    July, 2018
    30th Monday
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