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Pine Barrens Tree Frog (FS II.294), 1983
Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board
38 × 38 in
96.5 × 96.5 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Revolver Gallery
Los Angeles, Santa Monica
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The Pine Barrens Tree Frog can only be found in three distinct areas in eastern United States. It …

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The Pine Barrens Tree Frog can only be found in three distinct areas in eastern United States. It was listed as endangered from 1977 and 1983. The tiny species of frog is magnified in Warhol’s print and characterized by bright primary colors, which pop out against the blue coloring of the tree branch.

Series
The Pine Barrens Tree Frog is one of ten in the Endangered Species series. In 1983 Warhol was commissioned by his friend and publisher Ron Feldman and his wife Freyda to create the series of 10 endangered species. Both Freyda and Ronald were celebrated political activists who were very active philanthropists. In 1983, they asked Warhol to create a portfolio of ten endangered species to raise environmental consciousness. Warhol fondly referred to this series as his “animals in makeup,” given the bold pop colors he uses to portray the animals as large than life.
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About the work
Revolver Gallery
Los Angeles, Santa Monica
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The Pine Barrens Tree Frog can only be found in three distinct areas in eastern United States. It …

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The Pine Barrens Tree Frog can only be found in three distinct areas in eastern United States. It was listed as endangered from 1977 and 1983. The tiny species of frog is magnified in Warhol’s print and characterized by bright primary colors, which pop out against the blue coloring of the tree branch.

Series
The Pine Barrens Tree Frog is one of ten in the Endangered Species series. In 1983 Warhol was commissioned by his friend and publisher Ron Feldman and his wife Freyda to create the series of 10 endangered species. Both Freyda and Ronald were celebrated political activists who were very active philanthropists. In 1983, they asked Warhol to create a portfolio of ten endangered species to raise environmental consciousness. Warhol fondly referred to this series as his “animals in makeup,” given the bold pop colors he uses to portray the animals as large than life.
Pine Barrens Tree Frog (FS II.294), 1983
Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board
38 × 38 in
96.5 × 96.5 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
Los Angeles, Santa Monica
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
Want to sell a work by this artist? Learn more.