Andy Warhol Dollar Sign $ (1) (F & S II.280)Facts | History | Meaning
Catalogue Title: Dollar Sign $ (1) (F & S II.280) Year: 1982 Size 19 3/4 x 15 5/8" (50.1 x 39 7/10 cm.) Medium: Unique screenprint on Lenox Museum Board Edition: Edition of 25
Andy Warhol Dollar Sign $ (1) (F & S II.280)Meaning & History
Taking on expressive, exuberant character, Warhol's Dollar sign makes the symbol of currency as visually seductive as the prospect of excess and money.
ollar Sign is a screenprint published by the artist in 1982 from a rare edition of 25, with each print being unique. The place of the dollar sign both in Warhol’s body of work, as well as its place in Modern and Contemporary art, would be impossible to overestimate.
In this iteration of the symbol the dollar is rendered in pink, with a yellow scrawled outline superimposed on the colour. Although Warhol repeats the dollar sign a seemingly infinite number of times, each time is distinct in style: in this instance the sign is thickened and expanded beyond its usual presentation. Taking on expressive, exuberant character, the artist makes the dollar sign as visually seductive as the prospect of excess and money.
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