Photographic moment. Prince William, next to the portrait of his grandmother in an immortal work by Andy Warhol. Elizabeth II, whose death now marks the first anniversary of her death, was also a pop icon. And as such, she was the inspiration of the unrepeatable creator, designer and father of modern art. Just like Marilyn Monroe or Liz Taylor. The casual photograph occurred during the visit of the eldest son of Charles III to New York, the cradle of art warholiano.

William visited the official residence of the Consul General in New York when he came across a portrait of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, signed by Warhol. A photograph, taken in 1977 on the occasion of his Silver Jubilee, was the inspiration for the brilliant pop artist, who painted this painting in 1985.

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