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3 Warhol -- Campbell Soup

Clement Cheng

Andy Warhol pioneered the use of appropriated images as art form, and his ground-breaking piece was “Campbell’s Soup Cans”, 1962. Throughout his career, despite achieving success in many areas of art, Warhol continued to work with the soup can images.
When asked in 1962, why Campbell’s soup cans, Warhol said he had Campbell’s soup for lunch every day for 20 years. It clearly reflects his unparalleled single-mindedness and devotion to his pursuit.
  • Painting
  • Oil on Canvas
  • 2020
  • 61 x 76 x 2 cm
    24 x 29.875 x 0.75 inch

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