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Hand signed in ballpoint pen and numbered with a rubber stamp on verso. Artwork is in excellent condition. Certificate of Authenticity included. The Tomato Beef Noodle O’s soup can comes from the portfolio “Campbell’s Soup II.” With his Campbell’s Soup cans, Warhol tried to replicate the label found in the store. With the dynamic graphic imagery and simply color choices, you can see Warhol’s background as a graphic designer and illustrator. All of the ten prints found in the “Campbell’s Soup II” portfolio came from his 32 Campbell’s Soup paintings produced in 1962. The ten chosen for the second print portfolio feature more unusual flavors, rather than tomato and chicken noodle, and all features some kind of unique design element, unlike the ten prints found in the first portfolio of Campbell’s Soup cans.

Medium: Screenprint

Dimensions: 35 x 23 inches

Year: 1969

Edition: Of 250

Series: Campbell’s Soup II

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Andy Warhol, a leading figure in Pop Art, created vibrant works reflecting the consumer-driven culture of the mid-20th century. Known for iconic images like Campbell’s Soup cans and Marilyn Monroe portraits, Warhol used mass-production techniques, challenging traditional art boundaries. His work blurs the line between high art and popular culture, impacting contemporary art and shaping discussions on celebrity and consumerism.

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