In the bottom of my Garden, ca. 1956

ANDY WARHOL

In the bottom of my Garden (1956)

Offset lithograph and watercolor on paper
Unique

8 x 11 inches

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Schwarz-weiß-Skizze einer Hand, die eine rosa Blume hält.

ANDY WARHOL

Hand and Flowers I (1957)

Lithograph with hand-coloring on paper
Unique

14.5 x 22.6 inches

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Kleid im Design aneinandergereihter Campell's Soup Dosen - ANDY WARHOL 1965

ANDY WARHOL

The Souper Dress (1965)

Screenprint in colors on a cotton paper A-line dress

37 x 22 inches

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Bannerartige Abbildung eines Kuhgesichtes, dreifach untereinander vor beigem Hintergrund

ANDY WARHOL

Cow (Wallpaper La Bienale) (1976)

Screenprint
stamped

64.6 x 17.2 inches

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ANDY WARHOL Paul Anka, 1975

ANDY WARHOL

Paul Anka (1975)

Polaroid
Unique

3-5/8 x 2-3/4 inches

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Portraitbild eines lockigen, rothaarigen Mannes im Polohemd

ANDY WARHOL

Harald (Toni) Schumacher (1) (1982)

Polaroid print
Unique

4.3 x 3.4 inches

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Portraitbild eines lockigen, rothaarigen Mannes im Polohemd

ANDY WARHOL

Harald (Toni) Schumacher (II) (1982)

Polaroid print
Unique

4.3 x 3.4 inches

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Portraitbild von Jack Nicklaus in schwarz vor orange-gelbem Hintergrund

ANDY WARHOL

Jack Nicklaus (1977)

Acrylic & silkscreen ink on canvas
Signed by Jack nicklaus & stamped on the reverse by the Estate of Andy Warhol

25.7 x 25.4 cm

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ANDY WARHOL Campbell’s Soup I- Pepper Pot Soup (FS II.51), 1968

ANDY WARHOL

Campbell’s Soup I- Pepper Pot Soup (FS II.51), 1968 (1968)

Screenprints on Paper
signed in ball-point pen and numbered with a rubber stamp on verso

Edition 250

35 x 23 inches

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Buntes Indianerschild mit zwei blauen Büffeln und orangener Feder

ANDY WARHOL

Plains Indian Shield (1986)

Screenprint in colors
signed & numbered

Edition 250

35.9 x 35.9 cm

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Eingangsbereich Galerie Hafenrichter


Welcome to Hafenrichter Gallery

Since its founding year in 2009 known as Hafenrichter Gallery, you will find our art gallery in the beautiful district of Gostenhof in Nuremberg. From a passion for collecting and an affinity to Pop Art and contemporary art, Jens Hafenrichter developed the idea of opening a gallery in his hometown. Since then you can admire and buy works by young artists in addition to very rare pieces in the Fürther Straße.

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Consultation, sale and purchase of artworks are the daily business of any gallery, as it is with our Gallery in Nuremberg. But outside of art centers such as Berlin, Cologne or Munich, it is particularly important to make art accessible to anyone who is interested. Arousing curiosity, providing a platform for direct exchange, as well as tracking down specific work and discovering new talents are our declared goals.

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