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Mark Lancaster:

"After a few weeks around the Factory I shyly asked Andy if I could take photographs there, and he said "Oh, sure". I never asked him to pose, but one day when we were making the Robert Moses paintings, I took one of him standing there with his rubber gloves on and the panels all over the floor."

The Factory (August 1964) (Photo: Mark Lancaster) (all rights reserved by M. Lancaster) (Warhol's gloved hand and legs appear in the upper portion of the above photograph)

Robert Moses on the Factory Floor (August 1964) (Photo: Mark Lancaster) (all rights reserved by M. Lancaster)

Jackie Silkscreens at the Factory (August 1964) (Photo: Mark Lancaster) (all rights reserved by M. Lancaster)

The West Wall of the Factory (August 1964) (Photo: Mark Lancaster) (all rights reserved by M. Lancaster)

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