An iconic 1964 silk-screen portrait of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol sold for a little more then $195 million in New York, the highest price ever paid for an American artwork at auction. The Warhol portrait is described as "one of the greatest paintings of all time".
The artist Rency has Hand-signed and Numbered it of only 222 Worldwide.
TITLE: Marilyn Monroe - Andy Warhol Painting - "If Money Didn't Exist...Would You Still Chase Your Dreams"
MEDIUM: Fine Art Giclee on Genuine $2 U.S. Bill
DIMENSIONS: 6" Length x 2.5" Height
EDITION: Limited Edition & Numbered of only 222