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Jane Lang

Photo: Paul Macapia

Jane Lang

1976

Andy Warhol

American, 1928 - 1987

This double portrait of the Seattle collector was commissioned on the occasion of the exhibition, Andy Warhol: Portraits, at the Seattle Art Museum in 1976. See 2020.19 for the second panel.
Silkscreen ink, synthetic polymer paint on canvas
40 x 40 in. (101.6 x 101.6 cm)
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lang
76.47
Provenance: Commissioned from the artist by Richard E. Lang, Seattle, 1976; Seattle Art Museum, 1976
Photo: Paul Macapia
location
Now on view at the Seattle Art Museum

Resources

Exhibition HistorySeattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, Andy Warhol: Portraits, Nov. 15, 1976 - Jan. 9, 1977 (Denver, Colorado, Denver Art Museum, Feb. 5 - Mar. 27, 1977).

New York, New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Andy Warhol: Portraits of the 70s, Nov. 20, 1979 - Jan. 27, 1980. No cat. no., p. 137, reproduced p. 89 (with 2020.19)

Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, The Richard and Jane Lang Collection, Feb. 2 - Apr. 1, 1984. Cat. no. 44, reproduced p. 60 (with 2020.19).

Escondido, California Center for the Arts, Narcissism: Artists Reflect Themselves, Feb. 4 - May 26, 1996.

Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, Collection Highlights: 1945 To The Present, Sept. 12, 1996 - June 1, 1997.

Seattle, Washington, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Andy Warhol Drawings, 1942–1987, organized by the Kunstmuseum Basel and the Andy Warhol Museum, July 29 - Oct. 8, 2000.

Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, Modern in America, July 8, 2004 - Feb. 27, 2005.

Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, Pop Departures. Oct. 9, 2014 - Jan. 11, 2015. No cat. no., p. 103, reproduced p. 71 (with 2020.19).

Published ReferencesPrintz, Neil and Sally King-Nero, eds. The Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonne: Paintings and Sculpture, late 1974 - 1976, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Cat. no. 3373.

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