Revolver Gallery in Los Angeles has over 300 Andy Warhol prints and paintings, at below retail pricing

RE image 1 Andy Warhol screenprint on Beckett high white paper, titled Mao (1972), from an edition of 250, 36 inches by 36 inches, signed in ballpoint pen, numbered on verso ($59,900).

Revolver Gallery, located in Los Angeles, California, focuses exclusively on the life and work of Pop Art pioneer Andy Warhol. At Revolver, there are over 300 original Andy Warhol prints and paintings for sale. It is the largest gallery-owned Warhol collection in the world. The gallery passionately contextualizes the artist’s body of work and historical significance through educational outreach, strategic partnerships with leading institutions and its critically acclaimed international touring exhibition called Warhol Revisited. A recent exhibition – Andy Warhol: Revisited 30 Years Later, in Santa Monica, California – attracted over 50,000 visitors. The free curated exhibition celebrated Andy’s pop career from the early 60’s to his untimely death 30 years after his death, with over 200 works of art on display.  Part of Revolver’s collection includes Warhol’s Rolls Royce, which was also on display.

RE image 2 Andy Warhol screenprint on wallpaper, titled Cow (1971), one of two blue and brown versions available, impressive at 45 ½ inches by 29 ¾ inches, artist signed ($26,900).

Andy Warhol used his signature techniques – hand-pulled silkscreens, reproduced serially and often using bright colors – to portray images that combined his fascination with glamor, celebrity and commercial production. Collectors can buy Warhol works that exemplify his vision and techniques, such as Campbell’s Soup cans, Marilyn Monroe, Mao or other iconic or esoteric works to their liking.  Revolver Gallery is situated in Los Angeles, a creative cultural scene.  A place where fashion, art and music merge. Gallery visitors will enjoy the Pop aesthetic of Revolver Gallery, with its chic minimalist décor and walls covered in Warhol artworks. Our website also allows for customers to experience the artwork through means of a photograph and text heavy website and a virtual tour of the gallery space.  Revolver Gallery prides itself on having the best gallery pricing to give comfort to its customers. To see more, click here.

RE image 3 Andy Warhol spreenprint on Lenox museum board, titled Lamentation (1986), from an edition of 100, 36 inches by 36 inches, signed by Warhol and numbered in pencil ($22,500).




The Ronin Gallery has the largest collection of 17th-21st century Japanese prints in the U.S.

RG image 1 Japanese woodblock print by the renowned artist Hiroshige (1797-1858), titled Whirlpool at Naruto (1855), a famous view of the 60-odd provinces, 14” by 9.5” ($18,000).

The Ronin Gallery in New York City is a family-run business that is home to the largest collection of 17th-21st century Japanese prints for sale in the United States, with more than 6,000 inventoried works in its collection. Since its inception in 1975, the firm’s mission has been to introduce the best of Japanese and East Asia’s traditional and emerging artistic talents to a global clientele. It all began with Herbert Libertson, Ronin Gallery’s founder and the patriarch of the clan. His love affair with Japan was born from his father’s takes as a merchant sailor in pre-WW1 Japan and continued on into adulthood.

RG image 2 Japanese woodblock print by Hokusai (1760-1849), titled Old View of the Pontoon Bridge at Sano in Kozuke Province (circa 1834), displaying good color, 10” by 14.75” ($9,800).

While working in New York in the 1960s, Herbert had the opportunity to purchase some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s collection of woodblock prints, and his fate was sealed. He and his wife Roni traveled the world in search of rare and unique Japanese prints, enchanted by their fine line, delicate color and contemporary perspectives. At first they were collectors, but in 1975 they opened the Ronin Gallery on the 4th floor of the Explorer’s Club in Manhattan. Today they have a 3,000-square-foot gallery and exhibition space on Madison Avenue and 49th Street, where they curate four to eight in-gallery exhibitions per year. For more info, click here.

RG image 3 Japanese woodblock print by Yoshitoshi (1839-1892), titled Mountain Moon After Rain: Tokimune (1885), from the artist’s 100 Views of the Moon series, 14.5” by 9.5” ($2,100).