Alastair Thain

Andy Warhol Death Mask, New York, 1986

This photograph was made the day before Warhol went into hospital for the last time, and almost certainly is the last portrait ever made of him. “I remember I waited for Andy who was having lunch in a health food restaurant. We never know when we are going to have our last meal. The lesson that I took from the experience, is that one should value and enjoy every precious moment of life, and always have the best lunch possible.”

Alastair Thain

Edition of 7 in 42 in x 34.4 in or 72 in x 59 in

Archival pigment print

Signed & thumb print by Alastair Thain