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‘Andy Warhol holding the “Marilyn” acetate used to make his famous 40” paintings, known as the “Shot Marilyns,” at the doorway of the fire escape at the Factory on East 47th Street.’ (1964), Andy Warhol © William John Kennedy; Courtesy of KIWI Arts Group and DACS, London

9 December 2014

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