Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup I Black Bean Signed Hand Numbered Lithograph For Sale
FOR SALE: LIMITEDPLATE SIGNEDGRANO-LITHOGRAPH
Title:CAMPBELL'S SOUP I- BLACK BEAN
PENCIL NUMBERED ON LEFT SIDE1418/3000 ! plate signed
SPECIAL EDITION, STAMPED ON THE BACK CMOA
The Andy Warhol Museum in his native city, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives. It is the largest museum in the United States of America dedicated to a single artist.
40x 50 cm (19.7"x 15.75")
good condition, never framed.Please see Photo's as part of the item description, since they are photo's of the actual Artwork you will receive! There always might be slight color variation from the Original to the colors you see on the photo's.This unique print is from a limited edition and not like the often offered unlimited prints from Andy Warhol with the note„published by Sunday B. Morning" and „fill in your own signature".Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer’s responsibility. Please check with your country’s customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to offerding/buying.Andy Warhol (1927 - 1987)
It was during the 1960s that Warhol began to make paintings of famous American products such as "Campbell's Soup Cans" from the Campbell Soup Company and Coca-Cola, as well as paintings of celebrities like Marilyn Monroe, Troy Donahue, and Elizabeth Taylor. He founded "The Factory", his studio during these years and gathered around himself a wide range of artists, writers, musicians, and underground celebrities. He switched to silkscreen prints which he produced serially, seeking not only to make art of mass-produced items but to mass produce the art itself. By minimizing the role of his own hand in the production of his work and declaring that he wanted to be "a machine", Warhol sparked a revolution in art. His work quickly became very controversial and popular. Warhol's work from this period revolves around American Pop (Popular) culture, like Roy Lichtenstein. He painted dollar bills, celebrities, brand name products and images from newspaper clippings - many of the latter were iconic images from headline stories of the decade (e.g. photographs of mushroom clouds, and police dogs attacking civil rights protesters). His subjects were instantly recognizable and often had a mass appeal This aspect interested him most, and it unifies his paintings from this period. Take, for example Warhol's comments on the appeal of CokeAttention International Buyers:
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