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Maegan Tintari
Campbell's Soup I: Pepper Pot, c.1968


Referring to himself as a re-creator, rather than a creator, Andy Warhol (1923 – 1987) established himself as a Pop Art icon through his iconic multiple silkscreened images of Campbell’s soup cans. Produced in a studio called The Factory, Warhol’s r...
epetitive soup cans, Coca Cola bottles and dollar bills represented mass production and assembly line objects that demand quick recognition and consumption. Warhol’s soup cans created a sensation in the art world and launched him as an international celebrity.
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Campbell's Soup I: Pepper Pot, c.1968

Art Print
By Andy Warhol
11" x 14"
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