In their ongoing quest to be the place to buy literally anything you want — and just a day after its CEO purchased the Washington Post for $250million in cash — this morning Amazon launched a groundbreaking new store. It offers direct access to to more than 40,000 works of fine art from over 150 partnered galleries and dealers around the world, with options for budgets of a couple hundred bucks to several million. And because yesterday would've been Andy Warhol's 85th birthday, it seems fitting to round up a handful of his work that's now up for grabs on the very same e-shelves where you can purchase books, shampoo, and protein bars: a revolutionary concept that would surely have pleased the man who built a career on shaking things up. Scroll down to check them out.
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John Wayne, 1986 Screenprint, Framed Edition 1 of 250 $75,000
Muhammed Ali (fist), 1978 Screenprint, Framed Edition 1 of 150 $35,000