Ingrid Bergman Complete Portfolio by Andy Warhol
Title: Ingrid Bergman Complete Portfolio
Medium: Screen print on Lenox Museum Board
Edition: Edition of 250, 20 AP, 5 PP, 30 HC, 30 TP, signed and numbered in pencil lower right. Portfolio of 3.
Andy Warhol created the Ingrid Bergman Portfolio after the academy award winning actress, Ingrid Bergman. The references for the pieces come from film stills from Bergman’s role in the movie “Cassablanca”. After the success of the Soup Cans, Warhol began creating artworks of famous movie stars. Therefore, the Ingrid Bergman portfolio is indicative of Warhol’s obsession with fame, pop culture, and movie stars. The screenprints were done by request of a Swedish art gallery. Andy Warhol‘s usage of bright colors and famous icons allow pop art to be influential in other aspects of art such as film.