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Andy Warhol, Flowers (1964) Picture Credit: Peggy Guggenheim Collection

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice has only one Andy Warhol. It is just over half a metre square, a simplistic screen print of white flowers on a black and green background. It is no Marilyn Monroe, no gently smiling Mao, no obsessive repetition of Campbell’s tomato soup. Yet I am convinced it is one of the most documented artworks in the museum.




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Francesca Ramsay

Francesca Ramsay

Somewhat lackadaisical art historian. Freelance arts writer and editor. Very often not writing about art. Let’s talk:

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