Maria Shriver was once the subject of a Andy Warhol picture. In 1986, the same year that Arnold and Maria were married, the king of pop-art snapped a few images of a pale and somber looking Maria. Often taking the sidelines in order to support her philandering husband's career, Maria has had a few impressive moments of her own.

The home of this image is the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum in St. Louis. In its collection the museum has a few Andy Warhol's images, including a Maria Shriver and Forrest Sawyer picture from her wedding day. 

SEE A RELATED IMAGE OF THE COUPLE 30 YEARS AGO

SEE RELATED SLIDESHOW OF OTHER ANDY WARHOL WORKS

The Kemper Art Museum is part of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University. Currently in exhibition at the museum is Cosima von Bonin: Character Appropiration, Bonin's first Midwestern exhibition. The show runs through August 1st.