Andy Warhol (with EHT). Marilyn diptych, (1962): exhibitions and publications

Meet the other lady behind the diptych. Her name is Emily. Plus a developing compilation of the Marilyn diptych depicting Marilyn Monroe in exhibitions and varied publications.

ADC staff
Art Design Publicity at ADC | Tremaine Collection / Miller Co. art & design
15 March 2019 | Updated 21 September 2021
Andy Warhol
Marilyn Monroe diptych, (1962)
Acrylic and silkscreen enamel on canvas
2 panels each: 82 x 57 in. (208.2 x 144.8 cm)
Acquired 1962 from artist
(D01035; K00523-26)


KNOWN PROVENANCE
Tremaine Collection, c. 1962-1980
Tate Gallery, London, 1980-present

Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe diptych has been in the collection of the Tate Gallery / Tate Modern, London since 1980. [Click the link to see a photo of the artwork; click the catalogue entry to see its former official location in New York and Meriden, CT. (In books listed and linked to below, the work is shown as based in "Meriden, CT".)]

> Further down, see quotes regarding the Marilyn Monroe diptych as ranked #3 most influential Modern artwork— and also see developing compilations of the Marilyn diptych in exhibitions and varied publications.



MEET THE OTHER LADY BEHIND THE DIPTYCH
The depiction of the Marilyn Diptych as autobiographical for Emily Hall Tremaine

by Robert Preece

Emily & Three Flags | A Boy for Meg | Marilyn Diptych | Victory Boogie Woogie

Emily & Sensation | Hirst’s £50m diamond skull | Emin’s My Bed


Emily Hall Tremaine diamonds

Wire service photo of Emily Spreckels (later Tremaine) wearing in today’s value from USD$14.5-220m in diamonds and stealing the press at the Beaux Arts Ball in New York, signalling her move up the society ladder (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 30 January 1940, p. 22.) Six months earlier, she was cash poor. Months later, her life and media coverage went horribly wrong, again.

"Not one HINT of antisemitism," insisted Emily Hall Tremaine’s younger friend to me four years ago. "I did hear rumors, but nothing real."

This kept me digging. I learned that Emily threatened to tell all in 1940 to clear her name regarding widely reported pro-Nazi allegations in California then; I take that as a green light now: via a recently unearthed court record, Emily can finally "speak" for herself again.


As is widely noted, Emily Hall Tremaine (1908-87) is credited with suggesting that Andy Warhol put the two panels together to create a diptych, to which he agreed. A little known story however is that this work, depicting celebrity and media coverage, multiplication, over-exposure and tragedy, is autobiographical for Emily in the 1930s leading up to World War II.

In the 1930s, Emily was a titled socialite / society-literary magazine editor in Santa Barbara, California with extensive contact in Los Angeles. Referred to as a "social leader" often in the Southern California and US national press, she was consistently mentioned socializing with celebrities, writers, producers and other socialites, and the media coverage also reported on Emily’s work for the start-up Apéritif magazine as an entrepreneurial female figure (1934-36). The magazine, her role, and social / personal life became content in news wires producing waves of nationwide publicity.


Cropped view of page in Emily Hall Tremaine’s 1930s scrapbook showing multiple media coverage on her and her work at Aperitif magazine. In August 1935, about the age of 27, Emily (von Romberg, previously) was threatened with a defamation claim; in response she staged—or agreed to— a photo-op, in which she scratched out the complaintant’s name and photo of remaining magazine copies. This was then reported by multiple media outlets. (Note the white slips; she appears to have hired a clipping agency to gather her press coverage.) Was Emily’s work a little-known predecessor to Andy’s Warhol’s interest in multiple media coverage? How familiar was Warhol with news photos and reports about Emily c. 1940 in the Pittsburgh newspapers— and others— via wire services? What did Warhol know about Emily when he met her— and knew her?


Her work included, for example, slating Rupert Hughes (Hollywood Anti-Nazi League) as a chairman for her magazine’s awards for California writers.

Later, Emily’s personal relationships took a shocking downturn and were widely reported in the US national press.

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This was via news wires with publication in the full range of newspapers in US cities and in smaller towns. In 1938, she experienced the death of her first husband, Max von Romberg, a polo player / adventurist also often reported in the media, who died in a suspicious plane crash in New Jersey. Max was flying his plane to a polo match, and was also quietly securing American citizenship and expatriating from Germany, unknown to the public. Emily’s niece, Janie Noble born (c. 1940), in interview in 2006, recalls, "She’d start talking about him and start crying... She admitted to me once that Max was the true love of her life." [Degen Pener. "The original It Girl", Santa Barbara magazine (c. December 2006).] (See more about Emily and Max von Romberg.)


Max von Romberg plane crash

Front page of Asbury Park Sunday Press with press photo showing the wreckage of the plane crash causing the death of Max von Romberg in New Jersey in 1938. He was flying his plane to a polo match, and was also quietly securing American citizenship and expatriating from Germany, unknown to the public.


Just two years later, in 1940-41, into a turbulent year-long second marriage, Emily filed for divorce in what became known as the "I’m not the Nazi, you are the Nazi" divorce case (against Adolph B. Spreckels, Jr., San Francisco sugar heir). In her initial court filing, Emily alleged that Spreckels was pro-Nazi, and clearly stated that she found the Nazi cause repugnant and against her principles and ideals. She also alleged extreme spousal violence requiring the attention of surgeons. (This link shows a copy of Emily’s initial divorce filing, put forth in the discourse on Emily for the first time. In the court record at the Santa Barbara court house, via two statements and one long Q&A deposition— presumably included intentionally by Emily and her lawyer— Emily is finally enabled to "speak" for herself!)


Emily Spreckels files for divorce

Above, news clipping in New York Daily News on 7 September 1940, with re-used photo of Emily wearing diamonds estimated in value today of USD$14-220 million at the Beaux Arts Ball in New York. Bottom left, front page of newspaper reporting on chaos in Romania and a Nazi bomb hitting a hospital in London. Here, Emily is about the age of 32.



Emily Spreckels files for divorce

Above, sample media coverage in a smaller media market across America, here on the front page (cropped) in Red Bluff, California on 10 September 1940, with another re-used photo of Emily wearing the diamonds just earlier in the year. The photo caption says, "In a complaint studded with sensational allegations..." (presumed wire service unspecified.)



Emily Spreckels files for divorce

Here, a sample of a mid- to small city newspaper running the story, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the state’s capital, on the front page, third column at top, with no wire service photo. Headline: Wife sues Spreckels; Sympathetic to Nazi cause, is her charge (United Press wire).


A historical MeToo victim, the press at times either downplayed or ignored the extreme violence. (His later girlfriend alleged that he tried to set her on fire, and his later wife, actress Kay Williams (who later married Clark Gable) allegedly received a brain concussion. Spreckels was then sent to jail for "wife beating". Both stories were also covered extensively throughout the United States via wire service reports across waves of the developing stories. Spreckels later history was not put forth in earlier histories of Emily, presumably not known.)

Three months later into the divorce case, Spreckels made counter-pro-Nazi allegations against Emily and her deceased first husband Max. In the nationwide press, the divorce attempt and allegations were, at times, considered a bit of a joke, excesses of the rich, via tabloid newspaper coverage. The nationwide reporting cycles were frequent, from September 1940 to April 1941, covering developments in the case.


Emily Spreckels pro-nazi allegations

Cropped view, bottom front page, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 10 December 1940, United Press wire (among others) reporting on the divorce case. Front page headline: "British Blitzkrieg Begun in Egypt; Greeks Drive For Another Seaport". Re-used photograph, cropped, from July 1933 of society mention— Emily and her deceased husband arriving by ship into the port of Los Angeles. (He’s cropped out.) Note the mention that she was accused of being under the scrutiny of the FBI. My recent FBI FOIA requests regarding Emily— and Max— both came up empty. In time, we will find out if she was maybe interviewed regarding someone else or others.



Emily Spreckels Brooklyn Eagle

Sample media coverage, front page, Brooklyn Eagle, 10 December 1940; third column, "Wife dubbed dog...", another United Press wire.


Emily’s surviving 1930s scrapbooks include mainly a combination of personal photographs and selected media coverage— with some bits appearing pulled out by Emily, presumably, later. This wildly contrasts with the extensive, full-on media coverage on her in the 1930s that can be seen in "hidden" newspaper databases visible through libraries, among waves of more and more digitization and easier search capabilities. The difference in "presentation" suggests that Emily may have experienced significant trauma.

The differences are just too glaring. For example, the lead up to her first husband’s death in a plane crash is largely missing; instead, a seemingly unrelated article a couple of years earlier seems to preview his death, and there’s a photograph of her in 1937 with Max and two friends that holds deep mystery, and I am learning, very deep knowledge, as if the key to understanding her context of danger at that time in full. Also, apart from a mysterious, cropped view of the mansion in San Francisco of her mother-in-law, arts patron Alma Spreckels (the mansion now owned by novelist Danielle Steele), and a brief note from Adolph, the entire Spreckels experience is missing.

Also striking is that a news clipping photo like above of Emily wearing the diamonds, published in any of a range of newspapers, is not in her scrapbook. There’s no mention of it. While a significant media moment, this absence was the case, after all of that effort to arrange the diamonds—presumably rented, the security around her, the photo shoot with different poses, which beat out the publicity competition at the high-end party— both flashy and partly a piss-take, and won that media "prize". Perhaps the associations to it, and the later re-usage of the photo against her, destroyed any sense of accomplishment.

Instead in Emily’s scrapbooks, certain key people, a very limited few, whom she wanted to remember, and a much smaller selection of media coverage describing events, remain. Many of these people in the scrapbooks strongly suggest that Emily was indeed anti-Nazi, in some kind of battle, when one takes the time to learn who they were.

In fact, Emily herself is right next to four people in the Pulitzer Prize history finalist Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews foiled Nazi plots against Hollywood and America (2017), drawn from a little-known, Jewish and sympathizers-led spy files archive in the Los Angeles area. But Emily is not mentioned in this book. In time, we will find out more about Emily’s life and those around her.

Afterwards, Emily found a way to get past all of this. She stopped allowing the press to photograph her and avoided society mentions in the media unlike before. (Newspaper photos of Emily from the 1930s regarding society matters were re-used "against" her, accompanying articles reporting on the divorce attempt.)


Emily Spreckels fashion

Published in March 1941, during the divorce attempt, Emily in Town & Country, presumably the next-to-last photo placement in a decade-run of fashion / society photo-oriented placements in her diversified media coverage. When the photo was taken is unknown, but may have been months earlier. Her last photo placement was with Adolph B., a "reconciliation" photo with the two attending a David Selznick play in Santa Barbara. Emily finally was able to divorce Adolph at the end of WWII, her third attempt. When she filed after her first attempt, she said they never did reconcile. Emily is about the age of 33 here.


By 1944, she moved East, married Burton Tremaine a year later, and directed her energy to promoting her developing art organizing and contemporary artworks that she acquired, including the Diptych, with a dynamic communications sensibility. Emily also became known for her great eye for emerging (anti-Nazi) contemporary art. Together, this resulted in artworks in her collection being lent to hundreds of international exhibitions and mentioned and illustrated in hundreds of publications.

To date, this important aspect of the Diptych has not been curatorial known, or put forth to the public. (For more information, see New discoveries: Emily Spreckels, Adolph B. Spreckels, Jr., Brünninghausen and more.)

Additionally, it has been put forward, presumably by Emily herself, that she kept lending the Diptych out when she owned it 1962-80 because it was too large and she didn’t have the space. There may be some polite myth-making here. Other works of comparable size, even a little larger, were installed in her New York apartment and her converted barn in Madison, Connecticut.

When one takes on board the imagery and meaning of the Diptych, and Emily’s traumatic experience, one has to ask how she could look at it over time in a domestic interior. It is a reminder of trauma, a warning, but also a symbol of survival and inner strength. Besides, as is known, she turned away from Pop Art by 1965 to the power of abstraction. While she obviously saw the work’s importance— she lived it, she survived it— who could ever expect her to live with this painting?

In 1980, Emily opted to let the painting, and maybe the memories associated with it, finally go. Let’s hope so. She passed away in 1987.

Back to 1962 in Warhol’s studio; I imagine Emily looking at the two paintings, then back and forth, thinking, pausing, and then saying something like, "Do you think... maybe... the two paintings should go... side by side? [Pause.] You know, like a diptych..."

(Robert Preece, 2 August 2021, updated 17 September 2021; artdesigncafe.com; Contributing Editor, Sculpture magazine, over 3000 sources in, regarding Tremaine’s 1930s alone.)

Robert Preece is author of the forthcoming book Surviving California: Emily Hall Tremaine’s publicity-filled journey through 1930s Nazi danger, and her shocking, violent fall (as bombs rained on Britain and the U.S. entered World War II).



Marilyn diptych ranked third most influential work of Modern art, and ninth of the past 1000 years

"The most influential piece of modern art... The [Marcel Duchamp] came out top in a survey of 500 artists, curators, critics and dealers commissioned by the sponsor of the Turner Prize, Gordon’s... Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Diptych— with its resonances of celebrity, death and tragedy— was named the third most influential work..."

— Higgins, Charlotte. (2 December 2004). Work of art that inspired a movement... a urinal. The Guardian, p. 3.


... "list of the 10 most influential works of the past 1,000 years"... ’9. Andy Warhol— Marilyn Diptych (1962), acrylic and silkscreen on canvas. The first work in his celebrity series exemplifies Warhol’s (and our) fascination with pop culture, the creation and consequences of fame, and the influence of mass media. His deadpan approach to the world is still common in contemporary life and art’ ..."

— Kathleen Davenport, Director, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston in: (19 May 2000). Which art will top the Chartres? Four curators share their Top 10 picks and reasoning behind the most influential visual artworks of the past 1,000 years. Christian Science Monitor, p. 12.




A. Marilyn diptych in exhibitions


This section is updated on an ongoing basis. There may indeed have been more exhibitions including Marilyn Monroe diptych during its ownership by Burton and Emily Hall Tremaine (1962-80).


Material status: = online
= link to more info
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1960s

1963-64 - traveling exhibition, eight venues

(8 venues: 1963-64). Six painters and the object at the Guggenheim Museum, New York (14 March - 2 June 1963); Los Angeles County Museum of Art (24 July - 20 August 1963); Minneapolis Institute of Art (3 - 29 September 1964); University of Michigan Museum of Art (9 October - 3 November 1963); Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (18 November - 29 December 1963); (unknown venue), Pittsburgh (17 January - 23 February 1964); Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Ohio (8 March - 5 April 1964); Art Center in La Jolla, California (20 April - 17 May 1964).

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962). (At this juncture, only the Guggenheim Museum is confirmed to have exhibited the artwork.)

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

1964 - Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown

(March 1964, specific dates unknown). The New Art at Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

1964 - Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

(April - June 1964). The atmosphere of ’64 at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

1965 - Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts

(18 February - 4 April 1965). The New American Realism at the Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962) [listed as "Marilyn Monroe Diptych"].

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

1966 - Whitney Museum of American Art

(28 September - 27 November 1966). Art of the United States: 1670 - 1966 at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962), [listed as "Marilyn Monroe... Diptych"].

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

1967 - Sidney Janis Gallery, New York

(6 - c. 31 December 1967). Homage to Marilyn Monroe at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

1969 - Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

(18 October 1969 - 1 February 1970). New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962), [listed as "Marilyn Monroe Diptych"].

  • See publications section below for related documentation.


1970s

1974 - Whitney Museum of American Art

(6 April - 16 June 1974). American Pop Art at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962), [listed as "Marilyn Monroe Diptych"].

  • See publications section below for related documentation.


1980s

1980 - Museum of Modern Art, New York

(13 February - 1 April 1980). Printed art: A view of two decades at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

1980 - Pace Gallery, New York

(28 March - 26 April 1980). Eight painters of the 1960s: Selections from the Tremaine Collection at Pace Gallery, New York.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

1986 - Tate Gallery, London

(19 February - 28 April 1986). Forty years of modern art at Tate Gallery, London.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.


1990s

1996 - Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

(27 March - 15 July 1996). Andy Warhol 1956-86: Mirror of his time at Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

1999 - National Portrait Gallery, London

(16 April - 13 June 1999). The painter’s eye movements at the National Portrait Gallery, London, England.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.


2000s

2001-02 - Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin

(1 October 2001 - 6 January 2002). Andy Warhol Retrospektive at Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

2002 - Tate Modern, London

(7 February - 1 April 2002). Warhol at Tate Modern, London, England.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

2005-06 - Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

(13 November 2005 - 18 March 2006). Andy Warhol / supernova: Stars, deaths and disasters 1962-1964 at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962). [Apparently this work did not travel to two later venues of this show (at Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto)].

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

2007 - Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland

(4 August - 7 October 2007). Andy Warhol at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

2007-09 - Tate Liverpool

(25 October 2007 - 23 March 2009). DLA Piper Series: The Twentieth century, How it looked and how it felt at Tate Liverpool, England.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.


2010s

2010 - Pace Gallery, New York

(17 September - 23 October 2010). 50 years at Pace at Pace Gallery, New York.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

2011-12 - De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, England

(24 September 2011 - 26 February 2012). Artist rooms: Warhol is here at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, England.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

2014-15 - Tate Liverpool, England

(7 November 2014 - 8 February 2015). Transmitting Andy Warhol at Tate Liverpool, England.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

2015-16 - Tate Modern, London

(27 April 2015 - 10 January 2016). Witty, sexy, gimmicky: Pop 1957-67 at Tate Modern, London.

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962). (This should be re-confirmed with TM if regarding publication.)

  • See publications section below for related documentation.

2018-20 - travelling exhibition, three venues

(3 venues: 2018-20). Andy Warhol— from A to B and back again at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (12 November 2018 - 31 March 2019); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (11 May - 15 September 2019); and Art Institute of Chicago (20 October 2019 - 26 January 2020).

> Exhibition included Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962).

  • See publications section below for related documentation.


2020s

2020-22 - traveling exhibition, four venues

(4 venues: 2020-21). Andy Warhol at Tate Modern, London (12 March - 15 November 2020); Museum Ludwig, Cologne (12 December 2020 - 13 June 2021); Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (21 July - 24 October 2021); Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado (3 December 2021 - 27 March 2022) [for final venue, unconfirmed that Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in the exhibition].

> Andy Warhol (with EHT)’s Marilyn diptych (1962) included.

  • See publications section below for related documentation.


The exhibition listing compiled above should largely be considered "leads" for confirmation and not necessarily "facts".


B. Marilyn diptych in publications and related documentation


This compilation is updated regularly.


1960s

Various newspapers, magazines and other sources

(1962 -). Various newspapers, magazines and other sources - search engines.

1963 - exhibition brochure with checklist - Marilyn diptych in Guggenheim Museum exhibition

Alloway, Lawrence. (1963). Six painters and the object exhibition brochure with checklist [with listing of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych as lent artwork]. [D. Horowitz, Curatorial Assistant, Guggenheim Museum confirms this list is exactly the same as the offline checklist for the Guggenheim viewing. (9 February 2018; viewed 13 September 2021; K00107-08).


1963 articles

See the articles


1963 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Guggenheim Museum, New York exhibition

(1 April 1963). Pop goes the easel [with mention; "... Andy Warhol deals out a multitude of Marilyn Monroes because she existed in a multitude of minds simultaneously..." and Guggenheim Museum show]. Newsweek, p. 80. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01209-10).

  • See worldcat.org for locations.

1963 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Guggenheim Museum, New York exhibition

Saarinen, Aline B. (15 April 1963). Explosion of Pop art; A new kind of fine art imposing poetic order on the mass-produced world [with mention of "Six painters and the object" exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, Monroe and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (illustrated, partial view, p. 86). Vogue, pp. 86-87, 134, 136, 142. (Updated 8 August 2021. K00647-51).

  • See worldcat.org for locations.



c. 1965 - exhibition checklist - Marilyn diptych in Worcester Art Museum show

(c. 1965). Exhibition checklist for The New American Realism ["Andy Warhol (born 1931); Marilyn Monroe Diptych (1962); Silk screen ink on canvas, 82 x 114 inches; Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut"]. Worcester Art Museum archive. (Viewed 13 August 2021. K00227; K00262-63.)

  • Offline - Worcester Art Museum archive, Massachusetts.


1965 articles

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1965 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Worcester Art Museum show

Curtis, Betty. (19 January 1965). "Mammoth" pop art show scheduled at art museum [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Gazette (Worcester, MA). (Viewed 13 August 2021. K00227; K00262-63.)

  • See worldcat.org for locations, or contact area library.

1965 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Worcester Art Museum show

Krieger, R. E. (18 February 1965). Pop art exhibition makes debut (with mention of Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe [diptych]"). Gazette (Worcester, MA). K00227; K00262-63.)

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1966 - exhibition catalogue presumably with checklist - Marilyn diptych in Whitney Museum of American Art, New York show

(1966). Art of the United States, 1670-1966 exhibition catalogue. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. 157 pp. (Viewed 12 August 2021. AAA01001.)

1967 - exhibition catalogue - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery, New York exhibition

(c. December 1967). Homage to Marilyn Monroe exhibition catalogue. [Number of pages unknown; possible photo and mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych.] Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. (Viewed 10 August 2021.)

1967 - spotlighted article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (11 December 1967). 41 artists’ works pay homage to actress [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. Times-Leader / Evening News (Wilkes-Barre, PA), p. 21. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00007).

"... ’She was absolutely beautiful,’ says Warhol, ’and I had a feeling that she was changing; that she was becoming more of herself than what a movie studio told her to be. I put this on canvas, as though it was a movie, and you can see the change every second’ ... " (Excerpt from above.)


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1967 articles

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1967 - article mention and photo - Marilyn diptych at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York

Lerman, Leo (?). (July 1967). Marilyn [exhibition preview of "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York; with photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (1962). Mademoiselle, p. 75. (Viewed 10 August 2021. F00579).

1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (c. 8 December 1967). Exhibit pays homage to the sex goddess [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. The Daily News (Tarrytown, New York), presumably p. 30. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00199).

1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (11 December 1967). Art pays homage to Marilyn [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. The Daily Home News (New Brunswick, New Jersey), p. 13. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00184).

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1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (11 December 1967). Exhibit features Marilyn Monroe [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. Bridgeport Post (Connecticut), p. 35. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00020).

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1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (11 December 1967). Exhibit pays homage to the sex goddess [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. Herald Statesman (Yonkers, New York), p. 23. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00187).

  • Online - fultonhistory.com. (Search the archive, "Yonkers NY Herald Statesman 1967 a Grayscale - 4375", and scroll down for the link.)

1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (11 December 1967). Marilyn Monroe— even in oil and plaster it’s sexy [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. Independent (Long Beach, CA), p. A-16. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00181).

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1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (11 December 1967). MM— Object of beauty is now object of art [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. (Binghamton, New York), p. 9-B. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00185).

1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (11 December 1967). Monroe exhibit includes works by 41 art figures [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. Asbury Park Evening Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey), p. 19. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00183).

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1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (12 December 1967). Marilyn Monroe exhibit [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. Oakland Tribune, p. 55. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00008).

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1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

(New York - AP). (13 December 1967). Marilyn Monroe’s many images subject of avant garde exhibit [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. Amarillo Globe-Times (Amarillo, Texas), p. 39. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00182).

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1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (14 December 1967). Art honors Marilyn Monroe [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, p. 6-A. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00009).

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1967 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition

Gavzer, Bernard (New York - AP). (16 December 1967). Artists in homage to Marilyn [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and "Homage to Marilyn Monroe" exhibition]. The Capital Times (Madison, WI), p. 4. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00021).

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1969 - book mention, photo

Faulkner, Ray & Ziegfeld, Edwin. (1969). Art today: An introduction to the visual arts [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (pp. 402-04, 442; p. 403, illustrated), (5th ed.). Holt, Rinehart and Winston: New York. (Updated 8 August 2021. K00861-62; K00864-66).

1969 - exhibition catalogue and checklist - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Geldzahler, Henry. (1969). Regarding Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (pp. 62, 335: black & white photo). In New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc. (Viewed 12 August 2021. AAA00569; Q00037).

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1969 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A. (AP Arts Editor). (1 November 1969). Exhibit of mid-century painting, sculpture opens Metropolitan’s centennial celebration [referring to "New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970" exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. The Mercury (Pottstown, PA), presumably p. 13. (Viewed 10 August 2021. Q00001).

"... Among the seven Warhol works in the show are his well known soup cans, his Brillo box and his Marilyn Monroe diptych..." (Excerpt from above.)


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1969 - news mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

New York (AP). (9 November 1969). Art show demonstrates dominant force [referring to "New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970" exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. The New Mexican (Santa Fe), p. C3. (Viewed 13 August 2021. Q00002).

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1969 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A. (AP Arts Editor) (New York). (9 November 1969). N. Y. art school’s dominance keys the Metropolitan show [referring to "New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970" exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Sunday Home News (New Brunswick, NJ), p. A-11. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01204).

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1969 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A. (AP Arts Editor) (New York - AP). (9 November 1969). "New York School of Art" shapes Metropolitan Museum’s big opener [referring to "New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970" exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC), p. 10A. (Viewed 12 August 2021. Q00003).

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1969 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A. (AP Arts Editor) (New York - AP). (9 November 1969). Show reviews New York dominance [referring to "New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970" exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Austin American-Statesman (Texas), p. T20. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01205).

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1969 - news mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A. (AP Arts Editor) (New York). (20 November 1969). N. Y. painting and sculpture: 1940-’70 [referring to "New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970" exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Times-Leader / The Evening News (Wilkes-Barre, PA), p. 4. (Viewed 13 August 2021. Q00004).

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1969 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A. (AP Arts Editor) (New York - AP). (21 November 1969). Abstract art heavy in major Met show [referring to "New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970" exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Olean Times Herald (Olean, New York), p. 17. (Viewed 11 August 2021. AAA00567).

1969 - news mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A. (AP Arts Editor) (New York - AP). (27 November 1969). N. Y. art school in retrospect [referring to "New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970" exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. The Times (San Mateo), p. 52. (Viewed 14 August 2021. Q00005).

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1969 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A.. (19 December 1969). N. Y. Painting and Sculpture: 1940-1970 [referring to Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York exhibition; with mention of Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe diptych"]. The Saratogian (Saratoga Springs, NY); Saratoga Scene supplemental magazine, p. 2. (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00103).

1969 - news mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A. (AP Arts Editor) (New York - AP). (20 December 1969). 43 artists seen in giant exhibit [referring to "New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970" exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, UT), presumably p. 17. (Viewed 14 August 2021. Q00006).

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1970s

1970 - book mention, photo

Furman, Finck. (1970). Complete guide to portrait painting [with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe diptych"], pp. 78, 83 (photo) Watson-Guptill Publications: New York. (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00110).

1970 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Smith, Miles A. (AP Arts Editor) (New York - AP). (16 March 1970). Metropolitan exhibit: N. Y. Painting and Sculpture: 1940-1970 [referring to Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York exhibition; with mention of Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe diptych"]. Cortland Standard (Cortland, New York), p. 20. (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00104).

1971 - photo in book

Knobler, Nathan. (1971). The visual dialogue: An introduction to the appreciation of art [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (p. 273, illustrated, fig. 315), (2nd ed.). Holt, Rinehart and Winston: New York. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01149-52).


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1971 - article mention, photo

Richard, Paul. (1 September 1971). Moving into the 20th century [article about the National Gallery of Art, and discussions about acquisition of Tremaine Collection (many works including Warhol’s A boy for Meg were donated to the gallery); with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Washington Post, Style section, pp. D1, D8 (illustrated). (Updated 8 August 2021. K01206-07).

"... [The Tremaine’s] own ... a multiple portrait of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol ..." (Excerpt from above.)


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1971 - article mention

New York Times Service. (15 September 1971). People in the news [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe diptych, Tremaines, and National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC]. The News-Herald (Franklin & Oil City, PA), p. 12. (Viewed 14 August 2021. Q00011).

"... J. Carter Brown... director of the National Gallery in Washington... Mr. Brown is negotiating with Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine for their collection, which includes Andy Warhol’s ’Marilyn Monroe Diptych’... " (Excerpt from above; note that the diptych did not go to the National Gallery; a selected number of works did. Search "Tremaine" in the gallery’s collection section to see an extensive list including Warhol’s A boy for Meg.)


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1973 - book mention, photo

McLanathan, Richard (1973). Art in America: A brief history, pp. 200, 201 (photo of Andy Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe diptych"). Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: New York. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00076).

1974 - exhibition catalogue and checklist - Marilyn diptych in Whitney Museum of American Art show

Alloway, Laurence. (1974). American Pop Art exhibition catalogue, [pp. xi (artwork in exhibition checklist), 6 (photo of Marilyn Monroe diptych), 7, 109, 112 (detail, photo of artwork), 113]. 146 pp. Collier Books: New York. (Viewed 23 August 2021. Q00180).

"... The communications system of the twentieth century is, in a special sense, Pop art’s subject. Marilyn Monroe, as used by Andy Warhol, is obviously referred to, but in addition, another channel of communication besides painting is referred to as well. Warhol uses a photographic image that repeats like a sheet of contact prints ..." (Excerpt from above, p. 7.)



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1975 - book mention, photo

Alloway, Lawrence. (1975). Topics in American art since 1945 [with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe diptych"], pp. 141-42 (photo), 144. W. W. Norton & Co.: New York. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00083).

1975 - book mention, photo

Hobbs, Jack A. (1975). Art in context [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (p. 166; after p. 115, illustrated, color pl. 11). Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: New York. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01145-48).

1975 - book mention, photo

Russell, Stella Pandell. (1975). Art in the world [with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], pp. 14 (photo of artwork), 382. Rinehart Press: San Francisco. (Viewed 8 September 2021. Q00012).



1977 - cropped photo, news magazine cover

Foote, Edward. (15 May 1977). C. Tracy Atkinson: New director at the Wadsworth. Hartford Courant [with cropped photo, in background: Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (Sunday magazine), cover (illustrated, partial view), & pp. 2-4, 6, 8, 10. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01214).

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1979 - book mention, photo

Brown, Milton et al. (1979). American art: Painting, sculpture, architecture, decorative arts, photography [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (p. 549; p. 558, illustrated, color pl. 92). Abrams: Englewood Cliffs, NJ. (Updated 8 August 2021. K00856-60).


1980s

1980 mentions in books

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1980 - book mention, photo

Canaday, John. (1980). What is art? An introduction to painting, sculpture and architecture [with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe diptych"], pp. 285, 286 (photo). Hutchinson & Co.: London. (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00105).

1980 - book mention, photo

Hobbs, Jack A. (1980). Art in context [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (2nd ed.), (p. 154; after p. 239, illustrated, color pl. 28). Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: New York. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01141-44).

1980 book mention, photo

Lindey, Christine. (1980). Superrealist painting & sculpture [with mention of Marilyn Monroe, Warhol, and photo of "Marilyn Monroe diptych"], pp. 26 (photo), 29, 33. (Viewed 17 August 2021. Q00091).



1980 - article mention

Glueck, Grace. (27 September 1980). Painting by Jasper Johns sold for million, a record [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. New York Times, pp. 1, 12. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01163-64).

"... From the Pace exhibition, held in conjunction with Leo Castelli, Andy Warhol’s diptych ’Marilyn’ was bought by the Tate Gallery of London for $300,000 ..." (Excerpt from above.)


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1981 - book mention, photo

Hughes, Robert. (1981). Shock of the new, pp. 346, 348, 350 (photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych). Alfred A. Knopf: New York. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00213).

"... Fame was the reward for manifest deeds. It stood for a social agreement about what was worth doing... famous for being famous, nothing else... The artist who understood this best and became best known for understanding it was Andy Warhol... What he extracted from mass culture was repitition. ’I want to be a machine,’ he announced... " (Excerpt from above.)


1981 - book mention

(1981). The Tate Gallery; An illustrated companion to the national collections of British and Modern foreign art, (2nd ed.), p. 137 (mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych). Tate Gallery: London. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00212).



1981 - article mention

Saltzman, Cynthia. (31 July 1981). Meet Arnold Glimcher, who links the worlds of art and commerce [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Wall Street Journal, pp. 1, 8. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01213).

"... More recently the Tremaines have been doing business with the Pace [Gallery]. (After the gallery exhibited 10 pop-art paintings from the Tremaine collection last year, for example, one of them, Andy Warhol’s ’Marilyn Monroe Diptych,’ was sold to the Tate Gallery in London for $300,000.)... " (Excerpt from above.)


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1983 - book mention

Appel, Alfred, Jr. (1983). Signs of life; American popular culture from World War II to the present... [with mention of Andy Warhol’s "Marilyn Monrow diptych", in chapter "Signs of decline"], (p. 148). Alfred A. Knoff: New York. (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00106).

"... Pop Art recoiled from emotion, in favor of a truly superficial approach, as in Warhol’s various treatments of Marilyn Monroe, which deny her any substance or human dimension. The ironies of the famous Marilyn Monroe Diptych of 1962 are arresting, or at least the left-hand portion is, where the twenty-five or so serial versions of M. M. are printed identically in the four blatant colors of a comic book... " (Excerpt from above.)


1983 - book mention, photo

Smagula, Howard. (1983). Currents: Contemporary directions in the visual arts [including mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe diptych"], pp. 47-48 (photo), 54. Prentice-Hall: Englewood Cliffs, NJ. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00082).



1984 - catalogue mention, photo

Hedberg, Gregory. (1984). Photo of Marilyn Monroe diptych, (p. 18; mention of artwork, p. 20). In essay "The history of the Tremaine Collection", (pp. 15-23). In The Tremaine Collection: 20th Century Masters exhibition catalogue [but noting that the work presumably was not in the exhibition]. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Updated 8 August 2021.)

"... One of the works by Warhol, the Marilyn Monroe Diptych now in the Tate Gallery...was originally shown to the Tremaines by the artist as two separate canvases— one colored and one black and white. Mrs. Tremaine suggested, and Warhol agreed, that they be put together as a diptych... " (Excerpt from above.)


1984 - catalogue listing

(1984). Section: "Selected works formerly in the Tremaine Collection" (pp. 183-88): "Andy Warhol... Marilyn Monroe diptych, 1962. Acrylic and silkscreen enamel on canvas. 2 panels each: 82 x 57 in. (208.2 x 144.8 cm) Tate Gallery, London, England." [Listing only with no photo. See "Hedberg" above.] In The Tremaine Collection: 20th Century Masters exhibition catalogue. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Updated 8 August 2021.)

1985 - book mention, photo

Feldman, Edmund Burke. (1985). Thinking about art, pp. 236, 438 (photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych). Prentice-Hall: Englewood Cliffs, NJ. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00211).

1986 - exhibition catalogue - Marilyn diptych in Tate Gallery exhibition

(1986). Forty years of Modern art, 1945-1985 exhibition catalogue. Tate Gallery. 120 pp. (Viewed 11 August 2021. Q00033).

1986 - book mention, photo

Jacobus, Lee A. (1986). Humanities: The evolution of values [with mention of "Marilyn Monroe diptych" and photo], (pp. 563-64). McGraw-Hill: New York. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00049).




Wilson, William. (23 February 1987). Andy Warhol, pioneer of ’60s Pop art, dies [with portrait photo of Warhol, and cropped photo of "Marilyn Monroe diptych"]. Los Angeles Times, presumably p. B1, 14. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00051).

Photo caption: "Andy Warhol, shown in July, 1986, photo, was widely known for his portraits of pop celebrities and everyday objects. Among his famous works: ’Campbell’s Soup Can’ (1965) and ’Marilyn Monroe Diptych’ (1962), a detail of which is shown."


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1987 - article mention, photo

Kroll, Jack. (9 March 1987). America’s most famous artist [about Andy Warhol, with mention of Marilyn Monroe and cropped photo of "Marilyn Monroe diptych"; see additional version of article below]. Newsweek, pp. 50-51. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00071).

1987 - article mention, photo

Kroll, Jack. (9 March 1987). The most famous artist. [about Andy Warhol, with mention and photo of "Marilyn Monroe diptych"; see additional version of article above]. Newsweek, pp. 64-66. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00072).






Glueck, Grace. (17 December 1987). Emily Hall Tremaine, designer and collector, dies. New York Times. (Updated 15 April 2021. K00049).

"Emily Hall Tremaine, a designer and art collector, who with her husband Burton assembled one of the outstanding American holdings of 20th-century art, died yesterday at her home in Madison, Conn. ..." (Excerpt from above.)




1988 - article mention, photo

Collins, Bradford R. (February 1988). The metaphysical nosejob: The remaking of Warhola [with photo and mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Arts Magazine, pp. 47-55 (photo on last page). (Viewed 17 September 2021. Q00383).

"... For example, the suggestive contrast in the Marilyn diptych... between the uniformly colored faces in the left panel and the uneven black and white faces on the right was not meant to reveal anything of Warhol’s thoughts or feelings on her glamorous beauty and tragic death; it was meant simply to enmesh the spectator in his own responses to those and other antithetical aspects of the Marilyn story..." ..." (Excerpt from above.)


1989 - book mention, photo

Cole, Bruce and Gealt, Adelheid. (1989). Art of the Western world: From ancient Greece to Post-modernism [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (pp. 311-12; p. 314, illustrated). Summit Books: New York. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01132-36).


1990s

1991 - book mention, photo

Hughes, Robert. (1991). Shock of the new, pp. 346, 348, 350 (photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych). Alfred A. Knopf: New York. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00214).

1992 - book mention

Wright, Christopher (compiled by). (1992). The world’s master paintings; from the early Renaissance to the present day, vol. II, p. 893 ("Marilyn diptych; Warhol; London, Tate Gallery"). Routledge: London and New York. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00209).

1993 - book mention, photo

Heslewood, Juliet. (1993). The history of western painting: A young person’s guide [with mention of Marilyn Monroe and cropped view of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], p. 59 (cropped photo of artwork). Belitha Press: London. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00208).

1993 - article mention

Kaptainis, Arthur. (18 July 1993). The ultimate question: What is art?; Test your knowledge with this quiz on 20th century painting [with mention of "Marilyn Monroe diptych"]. Montreal Gazette (Canada), p. C3. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00053).

"... Name the artist responsible for the following... 9. Marilyn Monroe Diptych, 1962, in fact features 50 images of the screen siren... [Answer:] is one of Andy Warhol’s better-known attempts to memorialize commercial pop subjects..." (Excerpt from above.)


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1995 - book mention, photo

Wilson, Simon. (1995). Tate Gallery souvenir guide, p. 23 (with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych). Tate Publishing: London. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00210).

"... [Warhol’s Marilyn diptych] has been interpreted as representing the star in life and death, the lack of colour and the fading of the image on the right suggesting her death." (Excerpt from above.)


1995 - article mention

Jones, Jonathan. (19 December 1995). Death and the mayhem [with mention of Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe diptych"]. The Guardian [presumably magazine supplement], pp. 8-9. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00068).

"... Warhol’s silk-screen paintings exacerbate the mortifying nature of photography. Nowhere is this more striking than in Marilyn Diptych (1962). The left panel of the diptych glitters with gaudily colourful Marilyn portraits. On the opposite panel, however, Warhol has left his silkscreen prints uncoloured. Marilyn is a monochrome ghost..." (See excerpt from above.)


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1996 - book mention, photo

Heslewood, Juliet. (1996). The history of western painting: A young person’s guide [with mention of Marilyn Monroe and cropped view of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], p. 59 (cropped photo of artwork). Raintree Steck-Vaugh Publishers: Austin, Texas. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00207).

1996 - book mention

Powell, Polly & Peel, Lucy. (1996). ’50s & ’60s style [with mention of Warhol’s "Marilyn Monroe diptych"], p. 122. JG Press. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00077).

" ... ’50s and ’60s Chronology... 62... United States... Marilyn Monroe Diptych, Andy Warhol... " (Excerpt from above.)




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1996 - article mention - Marilyn diptych at Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

Francis, Mark. (September / October 1996). Sending Andy Warhol 1956-1986: Mirror of his time to Japan [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, and Andy Warhol 1956-86: Mirror of his time exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo]. Carnegie Magazine Online. (Viewed 12 August 2021. K00309-10).

1996 - article mention

Popham, Peter. (29 November 1996). The Faustian pact of celebrity; Why don’t we care about the fate of famous people? Because they are a commodity [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. The Independent (London). (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00070).

"... Warhol encapsulated this inchoate emotion best in his Marilyn diptych, started weeks after the actress’s death. In the left panel, the images of Marilyn’s face are pink and yellow on gold, each identical, like icons. On the right, the same image in monochrome smudges or fades away into nothingness. She’s flat and insubstantial as a print..."


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1997 - article mention

Pulkka, Wesley. (8 January 1997). Artist paints portraits for sense of community [about Patrick McFarlin’s installation at SITE Santa Fe; with mention that it "parallels works like Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych..."]. Albuquerque Journal (New Mexico), p. F3. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00188).

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1997 - article mention

Macklin, William R. (4 September 1997). "Art nun" on a mission; Sister Wendy returns to TV with her new PBS series on painting [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Philadelphia Inquirer, section C, pp. C1 & C7. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00190).

"... [She] muses over Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych. She wonders if the unorthodox depictions of the actress marked their late creator as ’a great artist or con artist’... ’In Marilyn Monroe, Warhol found both glamour and tragedy’ ..." (Excerpt from above.)


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1998 - book mention, photo

Gebhardt, Volker (translated by Schreiber, Sally & Anderson, A. Elisabeth). (1998). The history of art [with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], pp. 203 (photo of artwork), 204. Barron’s Educational Series: Hauppauge. (Viewed 7 September 2021. Q00301).

"... Marilyn Monroe’s suicide in 1962 spurred him to recreate her icon-like image. This replication, however, combined a completely earnest intention to illustrate the tragedy of the star cult with Warhol’s own infatuation with celebrity... " (Excerpt from above.)


1998 - book mention, photo

Noble, Thomas F. X. et al. (1998). Western civilization, volume II (since 1560), (2nd ed.) p. 1111 (photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, but with photo reversed in error). Houghton Mifflin Company: Boston. (Viewed 8 September 2021. Q00300).

"... But some viewers have found an element of melancholy, nostalgia, even tragedy just beneath the surface in pop art. In a world of mass media and reproduced images, more of our experience becomes secondhand and literally superficial... With his multiplied Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol dealt not with the actress herself but with the obsessive familiarity of her image..." (Excerpt from above.)




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1999 - book mention, photo

Benton, Janetta R. and DiYanni, Robert. (1999). Arts and culture: An introduction to the humanities [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], (p. 593; p. 592, illustrated, fig. 23-19). Prentice Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ. (Updated 8 August 2021. K01137-40).

1999 - photo in book

Collings, Matthew. (1999). This is Modern art [with photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], p. 54. Weidenfeld & Nicolson: London. (Viewed 20 September 2021. Q00411).

1999 - book mention, photo

Stokstad, Marilyn. (1999). Art history (vol. 2) (revised ed.) [with mentions and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], pp. 1111 (in 1960-69 historical summary), 1129-30 (photo of artwork). Prentice Hall, Inc. and Harry N. Abrams. (Viewed 6 September 2021. Q00290).

"... The success of the Marilyn series, in particular, has depended in great measure on viewers’ ability to reflect onto Warhol’s images their own feelings and ideas about the tragedy of her life..." (Excerpt from above.)




1999 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in National Portrait Gallery, London exhibition

Darwent, Charles. (25 April 1999). If you want to get ahead, get a different sort of brain [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and exhibition at National Portrait Gallery, London]. The Independent (London). (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00195; Q00200).


2000s

2000 - book mention, photo

Blazwick, Iwona & Wilson, Simon. (2000). Tate Modern: The handbook [with entry and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], p. 229. Tate Gallery. (Viewed 31 August 2021. Q00228).

2000 - spotighted article mention - Warhol’s Marilyn diptych ranked 9th influential work of past 1000 years

(19 May 2000). Which art will top the Chartres? Four curators share their Top 10 picks and reasoning behind the most influential visual artworks of the past 1,000 years [see excerpt above under subheading "Marilyn diptych ranked third..."]. Christian Science Monitor, p. 12. (Viewed 15 August 2021. K00526).

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2000 - photo in article

Photo: Bridget Jones (AP). (12 May 2000). Quotes of the day [... "Cathedral of cool"; Nickname for London’s new museum of modern art, the Tate Modern; with photo, possibly cropped, of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Chicago Tribune. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00197).

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2001 - book mention, photo

Kleiner, Fred S.; Mamiya, Christin J.; Tansey, Richard G. (2001). Gardner’s art through the ages, vol. II, (11th ed.), pp. 1096 (with photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych). Harcourt College Publishers: Fort Worth. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00215).

"... the repitition of Monroe’s face reinforces her status as a consumer product, her glamorous, haunting visage seemingly confronting viewers endlessly, as it did to the American public in the aftermath of her death... " (Excerpt from above.)


c. 2002 - exhibition webpage - Tate Modern exhibition

(c. 2002). Warhol exhibition (7 February - 1 April 2002) webpage [without specific mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, which was in the show]. Tate Modern. (Viewed 12 August 2021. K00242).

2002 - book / exhibition catalogue - Marilyn diptych in Berlin and Tate Modern exhibition

Bastian, Heiner et al.. (2002). Andy Warhol: Retrospective book / exhibition catalogue on the occasion of exhibitions at the Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin; Tate Modern, London; and Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (2001-02). [At this juncture, it is understood that Marilyn diptych was not exhibited in the Los Angeles venue.] Tate Publishing: London. 319 pp. (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00107).


2002 mentions in books

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2002 - book mention

Belton, Robert (General Editor). (2002). Art: The world of art, from Aboriginal to American Pop, Renaissance masters to Postmodernism [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], p. 31. Flame Tree Publishing: London. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00221).

"... [Warhol’s] painting Marilyn Diptych (1962), created just after the film star’s death, evoked a melancholy sense of the inadequacy of the iconic image through the blurring and fading of Marilyn’s repeated face ... " (Excerpt from above.)


2002 - book mention, photo

Getlein, Mark. (2002). Gilbert’s living with art, (6th ed.), pp. 26 (mention of Marilyn Monroe), 42 (photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, 43. [Mention: "... Is the real Marilyn Monroe anywhere to be found?"] McGraw-Hill: New York. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00220).

2002 - book mention, photo

Perry, Marvin et al. (2002). The humanities in the Western tradition: Ideas and aesthetics (vol. II: Renaissance to present) [with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], pp. 396-97 (photo of artwork). Houghton Mifflin. (Viewed 6 September 2021. Q00289).

"[Photo caption:] ... Each of the two panels consists of twenty-five images of Marilyn’s mask-like face. The left, multicolored panel shows Marilyn the star, the sex symbol; the panel on the right, perhaps, shows her life, and as she fades out in the upper right, represents her recent death by suicide... " (Excerpt from above.)


2002 - book mention, photo

Stokstad, Marilyn. (2002). Art history, (vol. 2) (2nd ed.) [with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], pp. 1143-44 (photo of artwork). Harry N. Abrams. (Viewed 6 September 2021. Q00291).



2002 - exhibition review - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern show

Gayford, Martin. (9 February 2002). Repitition turned into original art [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, presumably without a photo of the artwork]. The Spectator (London), pp. 45-6. (Viewed 12 August 2021. K00243).

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2004 - spotlighted wire service article - Marilyn diptch voted 3rd most influential Modern art work

(London). (1 December 2004). 1917 signed urinal tops art poll [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. United Press International. (Viewed 20 September 2021. K00524)

"... Marcel Duchamp’s ’Fountain’ topped a poll of 500 art experts in advance of Monday’s awarding of this year’s Turner Prize. Picasso’s ’Les Demoiselles d’Avignon’ of 1907 was second, with Andy Warhol ’s 1962 ’Marilyn Diptych’ placing third..." (Excerpt from above.)



2004 articles

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2004 - cropped photo in article

(15 March 2004). Do museums deserve more public money? [With cropped photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in background]. BBC News. (Viewed 14 August 2021. Q00047).

2004 - article mention

Kennedy, Maev. (26 October 2004). Artists rally to Tate’s cause by donating major works: Director hails "remarkably generous" gesture which will help galleries to surmount obstacle of contraction in funding [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Guardian (London), p. 9. (Viewed 9 September 2021. Q00058).

"... [Anish Kapoor’s] work is typical of the Tate’s problems: although it bought early pieces, and borrowed for exhibitions, by the 1990s when the artist became famous and seriously expensive, the gallery no longer had any hope of making major acquisitions... "

"... [Nicholas Serota] gave one stark example of the collapse of buying power. In 1980, when the Tate bought the Andy Warhol Marilyn Monroe diptych for GBP100,000 [was reported at USD$300,000, see 1980 news reports above], it represented about a 20th of that year’s acquisition funds. The painting would now probably cost GBP25-30m, or 15 times the Tate’s current annual kitty..." (Excerpt from above.)


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2004 - article mention - Marilyn diptych ranked #3 most influential Modern artwork

Higgins, Charlotte. (2 December 2004). Work of art that inspired a movement... a urinal [see excerpt above under subheading "Marilyn diptych ranked third..."]. The Guardian, p. 3. (Viewed 15 August 2021. K00523).

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c. 2005 - exhibition webpage - Marilyn diptych in Walker Art Center show

(c. 2005). Andy Warhol / Supernova: Stars, deaths, and disasters, 1962-1964 exhibition webpage [with no specific mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. (Viewed 12 August 2021. K00556).

c. 2005 - exhibition catalogue - Marilyn diptych in Walker Art Center show

Fogle, Douglas et al.. (c. 2005). Andy Warhol / Supernova: Stars, deaths, and disasters, 1962-1964 exhibition catalogue [with presumably information about and possible photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. 111 pp. (Viewed 12 August 2021. K00557).

2005 - book mention, photo

Kleiner, Fred S.; Mamiya, Christin J. (2005). Gardner’s art through the ages, vol. II, (12th ed.), p. 1054 (photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych). Wadsworth / Thomson Learning: Belmont, CA. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00216).

"... Marilyn diptych... all the viewer sees is a mask— a persona the Hollywood myth machine generated. The garish colors and the flat application of paint contribute to the image’s masklike quality... " (Excerpt from above.)



2006 mentions in books

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2006 - book mention, photo

Burton, Jane. (2006). Tate Modern guide [with entry and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], p. 22. Tate Publishing. (Viewed 31 August 2021. Q00229).

"... in the figure of Marilyn he combined the two [celebrity and death] in this diptych (a format that evokes religious alterpieces) the star fades from technicolour to black and white, as if departing life. The repeated portrait suggests the omnipresence of Marilyn’s face in popular media... " (Excerpt from above.)


2006 - book mention, photo

Kleiner, Fred S.; Mamiya, Christin J. (2006). Gardner’s art through the ages: A concise history, p. 417 (photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych). Wadsworth / Thomson Learning: Belmont, CA. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00217).



2007 - press release - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

(25 June 2007). Press release: Rodin’s ’The Kiss’ comes to Liverpool for the first time: Tate Liverpool announces launches major collection re-hang [without mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Tate Liverpool. (Viewed 11 August 2021. Q00032).


2007 articles

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2007 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

(26 July 2007). Art masterpieces make a cultural visit to city [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych to be in Tate Liverpool exhibition]. Liverpool Echo (UK). (Viewed 20 August 2021. Q00131).

2007 - news brief mention - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

(14 September 2007). [Short announcement:] Tate to show collection masterpieces [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Liverpool Echo newspaper, p. 15. (Viewed 11 August 2021. H00929).

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2007 - news brief mention - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

Turner, Ben. (14 September 2007). Tate to show collection of masterpieces [with mention fo Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and Tate Liverpool exhibition]. Liverpool Echo (UK). (Viewed 20 August 2021. Q00132).

2007 - news brief mention - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

(28 September 2007). TATE of the ART [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych to be installed in exhibition the following month]. Liverpool Echo newspaper, p. 1. (Viewed 11 August 2021. H00930).

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2008 mentions in books

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2008 - book mention, photo

Benton, Janetta Rebold & DiYanni, Robert. (2008). Arts and culture: An introduction to the humanities, (3rd ed.), pp. 596 (listed in "Arts and architecture" timeline), 597 (photo of Marilyn diptych), 612. Custom Publishing: New York. (Viewed 22 August 2021. Q00178).

2008 - book mention, photo

Stokstad, Marilyn. (2008). Art history, (vol. 2) (3rd ed.) [with mentions and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], pp. 1151-52 (photo of artwork). Prentice-Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ. (Viewed 6 September 2021. Q00292).

"... Marilyn diptych is one of the first in which Warhol turned from conventional painting to the assembly-line technique of silkscreening photographic images onto canvas... " (Excerpt from above.)




2010s

2010 mentions in books

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2010 - book mention, photo

Morris, Francis (Ed.). (2010). Tate Modern: The handbook [with entry and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych] (second revised ed.), p. 233. Tate Publishing: London. (Viewed 6 September 2021. Q00287).

"... Warhol not only made portraits of celebrities, but became a celebrity in his own right... More recently artists including Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin have actively cultivated their own media image as part of their artistic practice..." (Excerpt from above.)


2010 - book mention, photo

Sayre, Henry M. (2010). Discovering the humanities [with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], pp. 462-63 (photo of artwork). Prentice Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ. (Viewed 6 September 2021. Q00288).

"... [Marilyn] is not so much a person, as Warhol depicts her, but a personality, the creation of a Hollywood studio system whose publicity shot Warhol repeats over and over again here to the point of erasure..."

[Photo caption: "... Warhol was obsessed with Hollywood, especially with the false fabric of fame that it created." (Excerpts from above.)




c. 2011 - exhibition webpage - Marilyn diptych in De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, England

(c. 2011). Artist rooms: Warhol is here exhibition webpage (with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych). De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, England. (Viewed 12 August 2021. K00554).

2011 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in De La Warr Pavilion exhibition

Jones, Jonathan. (25 September 2011). The immaculate conception of Andy Warhol’s women [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in exhibition at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, England]. The Guardian. (Viewed 14 August 2021. Q00048).


2012 mentions in books

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2012 - book mention

Benton, Janetta Rebold & DiYanni, Robert. (2012). Arts and culture: An introduction to the humanities, (4th ed.), pp. 564 (listed in "Arts and architecture" timeline), 579. Prentice Hall. (Viewed 22 August 2021. Q00179).

2012 - book mention

Gompertz, Will. (2012). What are you looking at: The surprising, shocking and sometimes strange story of 150 years of Modern art [including mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych; see excerpt on Salon.com below]. Dutton: London. (Viewed 12 August 2021. Q00036).

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2012 articles

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2012 - photo in photo gallery

(5 August 2012). Marilyn-mania [paragraph with photo gallery including cropped view of Tate director with Marilyn diptych in background]. Yahoo! news. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00073).

2012 - photo in photo gallery

(5 August 2012). Marilyn-mania [paragraph with photo gallery including cropped view of Tate director with Marilyn diptych in background]. yahoo! news (Canada). (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00074).

2012 - article mention

Gompertz, Will. (21 October 2012). Andy Warhol’s great secret [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych; excerpt from Gompertz’s book, What are you looking at: The surprising, shocking and sometimes strange story of 150 years of Modern art]. Salon.com. (Viewed 12 August 2021. Q00035).

"... Marilyn Diptych... It was the last triumphant step on the road to Warhol finding his artistic style..."




2013 mentions in books

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2013 - book mention, photo

Kleiner, Fred S.; Mamiya, Christin J. (2013). Gardner’s art through the ages: A global history (14th ed.), pp. 916 (small photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, 918). Wadsworth: Boston, MA. (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00218).

2013 - book mention, photo

Van Wyk, Gary. (2013). Pop Art: 50 works of art you should know [with entry and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych], pp. 16, 48-9 (photo of artwork). Prestel: Munich, London, New York. (Viewed 6 September 2021. Q00293).

"... The Tate, the current owner of the work, remarks, ’Warhol found in Monroe a fusion of two of his consistent themes: death and the cult of celebrity. By repeating the image, he evokes her ubiquitous presence in the media’ ... "(Excerpt from above.)




2013 articles

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2013 - article mention

Middleton, Josh. (1 February 2013). First FriGAY: Butch Cordora’s Three-Show Retrospective [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Philadelphia Magazine. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00079).

"... For “Absolution Lab,” [Cordora] drew inspiration from Andy Warhol to produce a set of digital prints representing various pop-culture episodes from the last few decades (think Marilyn Diptych -ish interpretations of Princess Di’s car wreck, porn star Jack Wrangler, etc … " (Excerpt from above.)


2013 - article mention

Tipton, Gemma. (4 May 2013). If you can’t stand the art, get out of the kitsch [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Irish Times (Dublin). (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00078).



c. 2014 - exhibition webpage - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

(c. 2014). Exhibition webpage for Transmitting Andy Warhol at Tate Liverpool [with mention of Marilyn Diptych]. Tate Liverpool, England. (Viewed 13 August 2021. Q00040).

c. 2014 - press release - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

(c. 2014). Press release: Transmitting Andy Warhol [exhibition at Tate Liverpool] ["Highlights include the Marilyn Diptych ..."]. Tate Liverpool, England. (Viewed 13 August 2021. Q00039).


2014 articles

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2014 - article mention, photo

Jones, Jonathan. (8 May 2014). The top 10 unforgettable faces in art [including section on Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych (1962)]. The Guardian (London, UK). (Viewed 12 August 2021. Q00034).

2014 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

Guy, Peter. (9 September 2014). Tate Liverpool to host Andy Warhol exhibition in November; Transmitting Andy Warhol is first solo showcase of work in the north of England [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in online, embedded photo gallery]. Liverpool Echo (UK). (Viewed 19 August 2021. Q00117).

2014 - photo in photo gallery - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

McHale, Kirsty. (8 October 2014). Transmitting Andy Warhol [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and title of "article" being that of Tate Liverpool exhibition]. Liverpool Echo (UK). (Viewed 22 August 2021. Q00175).

2014 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

McHale, Kirsty. (9 October 2014). Guide to Andy Warhol at Tate Liverpool; Your complete guide to Transmitting Andy Warhol, which opens at Tate Liverpool next month [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and mention of Tate Liverpool exhibition]. Liverpool Echo (UK). (Viewed 22 August 2021. Q0017 ).

2014 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

McKenna, Micheal. (30 October 2014). Andy Warhol’s Tate Liverpool exhibition more than just 15 minutes of fame [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in online, embedded photo gallery; mention of Tate Liverpool exhibition]. Liverpool Echo (UK). (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00201).

2014 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

Jones, Catherine. (6 November 2014). First look: Andy Warhol exhibition launches at Tate Liverpool [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in online, embedded photo gallery; mention of Tate Liverpool exhibition]. Liverpool Echo (UK). (Viewed 19 October 2021. Q00116).

2014 - photo in photo gallery - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

McHale, Kirsty. (6 November 2014). Transmitting Andy Warhol opens at Tate Liverpool [photo gallery, including installation view of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Liverpool Echo newspaper. (Viewed 19 September 2021. Q00410).

2014 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

Jones, Catherine. (7 November 2014). Pop goes the Warhol for new Tate art show; Iconic works go on display at city gallery exhibition [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and Transmitting Andy Warhol exhibition at Tate Liverpool, presumably without a photo of the artwork]. Liverpool Echo newspaper, p. 6. (Viewed 13 August 2021. K00527).

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2014 - photo in article (hard copy) - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

Cumming, Laura. (9 November 2014). Art: The more the merrier; Tate Liverpool does Warhol proud by exploring the fine distinctions [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych presumably in hard copy, not on online version; and mention of Tate Liverpool exhibition]. The Observer newspaper (London), p. 27. (Viewed 13 August 2021. K00522; Q00041).

2014 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool exhibition

Wright, Karen. (9 November 2014). Marilyn Monroe comes to Merseyside as Andy Warhol’s exhibition lands at Tate Liverpool [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. The Independent newspaper (London). (Viewed 13 August 2021. Q00043).

2014 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool show

Lawson, Mark. (14 November 2014). Death and dollar signs: Warhol’s memory capsules of 20th-century America [with mention and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, and mention of Tate Liverpool show]. New Statesman magazine. (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00114).



c. 2015 - exhibition webpage - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

(c. 2015). Exhibition webpage for Witty, sexy, gimmicky: Pop 1957-67 [including photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. (This should be re-confirmed with TM if regarding publication; there was another Pop Art show with a global emphasis at TM towards the end of this exhibition.) Tate Modern, London, England. (Viewed 9 September 2021. Q00314).

2015 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Tate Liverpool show

Miers, Mary. (23 January 2015). The best art exhibitions to visit this February [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in exhibition at Tate Liverpool]. Country Life magazine (UK). (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00081).


2016 articles

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2016 - article mention

Mafi, Nick. (7 January 2016). Andy Warhol’s former Hamptons estate sells for a record $50 Million [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Architectural Digest magazine. (Viewed 14 August 2021. Q00045).

c. June 2016 - article mention

Sommer, Kat. (c. June 2016). The 10 most iconic portrayals of Marilyn Monroe [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. BBC America. (Viewed 10 August 2021. Q00028).

2016 - related article mention, photos, video

Siebert, Valerie. (7 July 2016). Make-up artist paints incredible replica of Andy Warhol’s famous silkscreen painting of Marilyn Monroe on her LIPS [with mention of Warhol and Marilyn Monroe, photos, and video]. Daily Mail (UK). (Viewed 9 September 2021. Q00315).



2017 articles

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2017 - article mention

Wirajuda, Tunggul. (22 April 2017). Chronicling coming of age through art [with mention of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in relation to an artwork by Nykkhu in South Jakarta exhibition]. Jakarta Post (Indonesia). (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00080).

2017 - article mention

Anolik, Lili. (6 December 2017). Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick: A brief, white-hot, and totally doomed romance [with mention: "Marilyn diptych was revolutionary"]. Vanity Fair. (Viewed 15 August 2021. Q00075).



2018 - exhibition webpage - Marilyn diptych in Whitney Museum of American Art, New York show

(c. 2018). Exhibition webpage for Andy Warhol— from A to B and back again [embedded video shows a cropped view of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych at 3:21]. Whitney Museum of American Art. (Viewed 31 August 2021. K00148).

c. 2018 - exhibition checklist - Marilyn diptych in Whitney Museum of American Art show

(c. 2018). Exhibition checklist for Andy Warhol— from A to B and back again [including Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 13 August 2021. K00164).

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2018 articles

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2018 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Whitney Museum of American Art exhibition

McGivern, Hannah. (20 June 2018). Whitney’s Warhol: new blockbuster show to reinvent artist for the Instagram age [with mention of Marilyn Monroe and forthcoming Whitney Museum exhibition, and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Art Newspaper. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00202).

2018 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Whitney Museum of American Art, New York show

Richardson, Emilie. (5 August 2018). Andy Warhol’s "15 minutes of fame" keeps ticking with new retrospective [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych; with mention of exhibition at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York]. ABC News. (Viewed 13 August 2021. Q00042).

2018 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Whitney Museum of American Art show

Cronin, Brenda. (26 October 2018). Warhol takes New York, again [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and mention of exhibition at Whitney Museum of American Art, with possible mention of artwork in article]. Wall Street Journal. (Viewed 20 August 2021. Q00133).

2018 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Whitney Museum of American Art exhibition

Holman, Matthew. (4 December 2018). New ways of seeing Andy Warhol [with photo of Marilyn diptych, and mention of Whitney Museum of American Art exhibition]. Apollo Magazine. (Viewed 14 August 2021. Q00046).



2019 - press release - Marilyn diptych in SFMoMA exhibition, San Francisco

(31 January 2019). Press release: Andy Warhol— From A to B and back again opens at SFMOMA on May 19, 2019 [without specific mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in the show, but a film inspiring the artwork]. SFMOMA, San Francisco. (Viewed 13 August 2021. K00246).

c. 2019 - exhibition webpage - Marilyn diptych in Art Institute of Chicago show

(c. 2019). Exhibition webpage for Andy Warhol— from A to B and back again. Art Institute of Chicago. (Viewed 16 August 2021. K00531).


2019 articles

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2019 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Whitney Museum of Art, New York exhibition

Dewolf, Christopher. (21 March 2019). Why we’re all still living in Warhol’s world [with photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, and mention of Whitney Museum of Art, New York exhibition]. Prestige Online website (Hong Kong). (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00111).

2019 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Dex, Robert. (7 May 2019). Tate Modern will hold Andy Warhol exhibition in spring next year [with mention of Marilyn Monroe, photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, and forthcoming Tate Modern exhibition]. Evening Standard (London). (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00108).

2019 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Brady, Sasha. (9 May 2019). Rare Andy Warhol art coming to London for 2020 [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and forthcoming Tate Modern exhibition]. Lonely Planet website. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00205).

2019 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Waby, Tasmin. (11 October 2019). London’s Andy Warhol retrospective coming to the Tate in 2020 [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Lonely Planet website. (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00112).

2019 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Noah, Sherna. (28 October 2019). Andy Warhol portraits of drag queens and trans women to go on display [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych; regarding forthcoming Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. Belfast Telegraph. (Viewed 16 August 2021. Q00088).

2019 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Dixon, Emily. (29 October 2019). Andy Warhol’s rare portraits of trans women will go on display at London’s Tate Modern [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition]. CNN. (Viewed 14 August 2021. Q00044).

2019 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in forthcoming Tate Modern exhibition

AFP. (30 October 2019). Tate Modern to host major Andy Warhol retrospective next spring [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and forthcoming exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. Yahoo! news. (Viewed 15 September 2021. Q00371).

2019 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in forthcoming Tate Modern exhibition

AFP. (30 October 2019). Tate Modern to host major Andy Warhol retrospective next spring [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and forthcoming exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. Yahoo! news (Malaysia). (Viewed 15 September 2021. Q00367).

2019 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in forthcoming Tate Modern exhibition

AFP. (30 October 2019). Tate Modern to host major Andy Warhol retrospective next spring [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and forthcoming exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. Yahoo! news (Philippines). (Viewed 15 September 2021. Q00370).

2019 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in forthcoming Tate Modern exhibition

AFP. (30 October 2019). Tate Modern to host major Andy Warhol retrospective next spring [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and forthcoming exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. Yahoo! news (Singapore). (Viewed 15 September 2021. Q00369).

2019 - Marilyn diptych in forthcoming Tate Modern exhibition

AFP. (4 November 2019). Tate Modern to host major Andy Warhol retrospective next spring [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and forthcoming exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. Philippine Daily Inquirer newspaper (Pop section) (Makati City) (Viewed 15 September 2021. Q00372).



2020s

c. 2020 - exhibition webpage - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

(c. 2020). Exhibition webpage for Andy Warhol [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Tate Modern, London. (Viewed 16 August 2021. Q00087).

2020 - video

(Posted 8 October 2020). Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Diptych: Great Art Explained (video). Great Art Explained Series / James Payne. (Viewed 11 August 2021. Q00031).

2020 - spotlighted - two photos in wire service article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

(10 March 2020). Marilyn, soup cans, wigs feature in Tate’s Andy Warhol show [with two photos of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, one cropped, and mention of Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. Associated Press (with AP Photos / Matt Dunham). (Viewed 9 September 2021. Q00317).


2020 articles

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2020 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in forthcoming AGO Toronto exhibition

Ritchie, Kevin. (14 January 2020). Andy Warhol show coming to the AGO in 2021 [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. NOW magazine (Toronto). (Viewed 26 August 2021. Q00219).

2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Associated Press (London). (10 March 2020). Marilyn, soup cans, wigs feature in Tate’s Andy Warhol show [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and mention of Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern, London; photo flashes, then unrelated news video appears; photo is visible when printed]. ABC News (national TV). (Viewed 21 September 2021. Q00416).

2020 - two photos in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Associated Press. (10 March 2020). Marilyn, soup cans, wigs feature in Warhol show at Tate in London [with two photos, one cropped, of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and mention of Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. Tribune-Review (Pittsburgh, PA area). (Viewed 13 September 2021. Q00352).

2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Associated Press (London) / (AP Photo / Matt Dunham). (10 March 2020). Marilyn, soup cans, wigs feature in Tate’s Andy Warhol show [with cropped photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and mention of Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. 680 News (Toronto, Canada). (Viewed 17 September 2021. Q00385).

2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Associated Press (London) / (AP Photo / Matt Dunham). (10 March 2020). Marilyn, soup cans, wigs feature in Tate’s Andy Warhol show [with cropped photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and mention of Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. ABC TV (channel 27) website (Harrisburg, PA). (Viewed 9 September 2021. Q00316).

2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Associated Press (London) / (AP Photo / Matt Dunham). (10 March 2020). Marilyn, soup cans, wigs feature in Tate’s Andy Warhol show [with cropped photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and mention of Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. City News (TV) (Toronto, Canada) website. (Viewed 21 September 2021. Q00413).

2020 - photos in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Associated Press (London) / (AP Photo / Matt Dunham). (10 March 2020). Marilyn, soup cans, wigs feature in Tate’s Andy Warhol show [with two photos, one cropped, of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and mention of Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. KCBY TV (CBS channel 11) (North Bend, Oregon). (Viewed 12 September 2021. Q00345).

2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

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2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

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2020 - two photos in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

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2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

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2020 - two photos in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

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2020 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Luke, Ben. (10 March 2020). Andy Warhol review: Multi-faceted artist steps out from behind the pop prints [with mention of Marilyn Monroe and Tate Modern exhibition, and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Evening Standard (UK). (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00206).

2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

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2020 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Frankel, Eddy (11 March 2020). Andy Warhol review [with mentions of Tate Modern show and Marilyn Monroe; photo of Marilyn diptych]. TimeOut (London). (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00113).

2020 - photo in article

Prodger, Michael. (18 March 2020). How Andy Warhol’s star status began to fade [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. NewStatesman magazine (United Kingdom). (Viewed 10 August 2021. Q00026).

2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Gompertz, Will. (21 March 2020). Five hidden gems: Will Gompertz reviews culture online [with cropped photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and Tate Modern exhibition]. BBC News. (Viewed 22 August 2021. Q00177).

2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Thompson, Jessie. (2 April 2020). Tate announces free online tours of Andy Warhol and Aubrey Beardsley exhibitions [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Evening Standard (UK). (Viewed 19 August 2021. Q00115).

2020 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Ganatra, Shilpa. (4 April 2020). Andy Warhol: America focused into oblique angles by outsider eyes [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe diptych in "Andy Warhol" at Tate Modern, London]. Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland). (Viewed 11 August 2021. Q00029).

"... Round Marilyn, Marilyn Diptych and Marilyn Monroe’s Lips line your field of vision..." (Excerpt from above.)


2020 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Shurvell, Joanne. (7 April 2020). Free online tours of Tate’s blockbuster Spring 2020 exhibitions [with photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych; regarding Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern, London]. Forbes magazine. (Viewed 10 August 2021. Q00027).

2020 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

McShane, Julianne. (14 August 2020). Warhol exhibit explores roles of gender and sexuality in his life and art [with mention of "Marilyn Monroe portraits" and photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. NBC News (USA). (Viewed 18 August 2021. Q00109).

2020 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Tate Modern exhibition

Pellerin, Ananda. (14 August 2020). Why it’s important to remember that Andy Warhol was working class [with mention of Marilyn Monroe and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, and mention of Tate Modern exhibition]. CNN. (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00204).



c. 2021 - exhibition webpage - Marilyn diptych in Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto exhibition

(c. 2021). Webpage for Andy Warhol exhibition [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. (Viewed 16 August 2021. Q00084).


2021 articles

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2021 - article mention, photo

(8 January 2021). 이지선의 와인 칼럼] 마릴린먼로의 와인 [article referring to Marilyn Monroe; with mention and photo showing cropped view of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Culture Times (South Korea). (Viewed 24 August 2021. Q00203).

2021 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto exhibition

Canadian Press. (7 July 2021). AGO set to reopen this month with exhibition of pop-art icon Andy Warhol [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and Warhol show at AGO in Toronto]. CP 24 TV (Toronto) news website. (Viewed 20 August 2021. Q00224).

2021 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto exhibition

Canadian Press. (7 July 2021). AGO set to reopen this month with Andy Warhol exhibit [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and Warhol show at AGO in Toronto]. CTV News / Toronto website. (Viewed 20 August 2021. Q00225).

2021 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto exhibition

Canadian Press. (7 July 2021). AGO set to reopen this month with exhibition of pop-art icon Andy Warhol [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Times Colonist (Victoria, BC, Canada). (Viewed 12 August 2021. Q00038).

2021 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto exhibition

(7 July 2021). AGO set to reopen with long-awaited Andy Warhol exhibit [with mention of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. CBC (Canada). (Viewed 10 August 2021. Q00023).

"... see more than 250 of Warhol’s works, including such iconic images as Campbell’s Soup Cans and Marilyn Diptych." (Excerpt from above.)


2021 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto exhibition

(c. July 2021). AGO’s Andy Warhol exhibit separates the man from the myth [with mention and photo of Warhol’s Marilyn diptych and mention of Warhol exhibition at AGO, Toronto]. Family Fun Toronto / Canada website. (Viewed 30 August 2021. Q00226).

2021 - article mention, photo - Marilyn diptych in Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto exhibition

Dekel, Jonathan. (22 July 2021). Art Gallery of Ontario reopens with blockbuster Andy Warhol exhibition [with mention and cropped photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. The Star newspaper (Toronto). (Viewed 16 August 2021. Q00086).

2021 - article mention - Marilyn diptych in Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto exhibition

Taylor, Kate. (22 July 2021). Andy Warhol retrospective at the AGO places biography before art, with mixed results [with mention of Marilyn diptych]. The Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada). (Viewed 10 August 2021. Q00024).

2021 - photo in article - Marilyn diptych in Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto exhibition

Stevenson, Jane. (22 July 2021). "The real Warhol" explored as Art Gallery of Ontario reopens [with photo of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych]. Toronto Sun newspaper. (Viewed 16 August 2021. Q00085).



n. d.

n. d. - primary school teaching resource

(undated). Class clips: Art and Design KS2: Andy Warhol’s "Marilyn Diptych". BBC Teach (United Kingdom). (Viewed 10 August 2021. Q00025).


C. Possible information about Marilyn diptych by Andy Warhol (with EHT) in the Emily Hall Tremaine papers:

> Emily Hall Tremaine papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Series 4: Artist Files, 1936-2000. Artist files: "Warhol, Andy, circa 1962-2000" and "Warhol, Andy, 1962-2000".




D. Other information resources concerning Marilyn diptych by Andy Warhol (with EHT), mainly focused while under Tremaine ownership (1962-80):

> Emily Hall Tremaine Papers at the Smithsonian, reproduction permissions section: Shortlisted guide to artworks