Warhol created romanticized images of American ''heroes'' of the West juxtaposed with fictionalised Native American figures that were more out of a Hollywood Western than from the pages of history.

Warhol captured the mythologized West through recognizable icons such as John Wayne, Annie Oakley, Teddy Roosevelt, and General George Custer. Whilst he represented Native Americans through stereotyped images of a Mother and Child, Geronimo and Kachina Dolls, highlighting how the true history of the Native American story had been lost and exploited by Hollywood's reinvention of the ''Great West.''

In 2012, at Sotheby's, a portfolio of 10 Cowboys and Indians works sold for $538 000 against a pre-sale estimate of $250 000 – 350 000. Check out more realized prices for Andy Warhol's Cowboys and Indians here.

All artworks featured are in Great Dane Auctions sale on April 21, 2016. The catalog also includes artworks by Picasso, Tom Wesselmann, Marc Chagall, Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella, Damien Hirst, Karel Appel and Keith Haring. Check out Great Dane on Barnebys here.