Cow silkscreens from 1971. Examined by professional restorer who confirmed it´s silkscreens on heavy paper - colors faded. Pale pink / Pale blue. 57 x 46 x 3 cm. Probably made for the Paris exhibition in Paris 1970/71 - a poster was issued in different colors and not silkscreen but offset. And again these are silkscreened. On sticker on back of one of the framed cows:
"Warhol Cows aquired from Gilbert Brownstone of the Museum of Modern Art Paris with a stamped signature made from Warhol´s signature (with his permission) on rubber stamp. I got two an this is the the one that is signed. ! Signed Ed Kienholz."
Warhol signed many works with a rubber stamp trying to completely take away the artists hand from the actual work.
Both cows are framed in unique hand made lead frames (probably found scrab metal) by world known artist Ed Kienholz - friend of Andy Warhol and contemporary. Laid on wooden thick boards and framed with plexi of the time.
*Gilbert Brownstone - Museum of Modern Art Paris *Collection of Ed Kienholz *Later Nancy Reddin Kienholz (Wife of Ed Kienholz) *Sold by Nancy Reddin Kienholz to LA Gallerist.