When Andy Warhol portrayed Farrah Fawcett, his wish was to immortalize one of the best-known living symbols of popular culture of the 20th century. Upon the death of both, this portrait supposedly lost and found at the home of Ryan O Neal is the center of a crossing of millionaire demands. Litigants are the actor and partner during years of the actress, and the University of Texas, presumed heir to the boxes of the best-known Los Angeles of Charlie. Warhol made two identical portraits. One of them forms part of the collection of art that the actress donated to the University of Texas, his alma mater, to his death in 2009 after a long battle with cancer. The second portrait, according to information leaked to the press, was unaccounted for until it was seen at the home of Ryan O Neal during the recording of a television program in the housing of Malibu (California) of the interpreter’s Love Story. Source of the news:: demands millions for a Warhol