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An artist who based his originality on the abolition of the genuine, Andy Warhol created work that explores, aggrandizes, and lays bare the concepts of capitalism, celebrity culture, and above all, the pomp of fine art. An image that undoubtedly helped make his career, Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup cans were first created in 1962 and remained persistent throughout the course of his career as a perfect metaphor for Warhol’s union of art and commercialism.
Reproduction print of Campbell's Soup Can, ca. 1965 by Andy Warhol. Unframed.
W 40” H 60”
Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was an American Pop artist who created paintings, screenprints, films, and more, all of which bridged the gap between fine arts and the commercial world. In love with celebrity, image, and popular culture, the timelessness and universality of Warhol's work continues to have a profound influence on all aspects of our culture.