Hammer and Sickle  (FS II.162)
Hammer and Sickle  (FS II.162)

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)

Hammer and Sickle (FS II.162)

1977 United States

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Warhol was inspired to create his Hammer and Sickle portfolio after a trip to Italy. He took note of the numerous hammer and sickle graffiti that symbolized the union of industrial and farm workers under communist control. He asked his assistant, Ronnie Cutrone, to search for appropriate materials from which he could create his pieces. As a result, Cutrone purchased a hammer and sickle and photographed them in different positions. Warhol then used these photographs and added color to create his prints.

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Dimensions
Height 30.00 inch (76.20 cm)
Width 40.00 inch (101.60 cm)
Medium
Screenprint on Strathmore Bristol paper
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Signed
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