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One Comment

  1. Laura H. Salovitch says:

    @jojo
    You could certainly give them to me, with the exception of Live Cat.

  2. Bronx Mohegan says:

    Art is always in the eyes of the beholder and so determines it’s value . The morons critical of works by Warhol are just artistically ignorant and have no understanding of art.

  3. ExDem in Mich says:

    As a former art major, my opinion is that these were not MAJOR works of art in fact, they were prints, which means they are mulitples, not one-of-a-kind work. Bottom line: no big loss to the art world. I agree with jojo above – inside job.

  4. Riley Smiley says:

    The Truck, most likely plagiarized from the wall of a dinner at a truck stop along route 66 in Oklahoma. The rich are very stupid people to call something like this important.

  5. Riley Smiley says:

    Live Cat looks like wrapping paper found in a discount store.

  6. jojo says:

    inside job, you can’t give that trash away, but you can get a big ins check.

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