During the galerist Daniel Blau’s research of Andy Warhol drawings from the 1950s - for his book “From Silverpoint to Silver Screen” - he discovered the photographic sources for several of Warhol’s drawings. In 1951 Andries Zwart, a 9 year old from Egmond-aan-Zee, and Jan van den Heuvel, a 12 year old from Amsterdam, were chosen to grace the Dutch Kinderzegels (postage stamps which additionally support Dutch welfare institutions).
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