Andy Warhol, Campbell’s Soup Can Bank


Andy Warhol (1927 Pittsburgh – 1987 New York).

Campbell’s Soup Can Bank (Vegetable Garden), ca. 1977

Medium: Felt-tip pen on reproduction of a soup can (colour-printed cardboard money box by Campbell’s).

Signature: Found object with courtesy signature in black felt-tip pen.

Condition: Good condition, with signs of age and wear. Colors slightly faded and surfaces slightly rubbed.

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Andy Warhol: “Muriel, you’ve got wonderful ideas. Can’t you give me an idea?”

Gallery owner Muriel Latow:”You’ve got to find something that’s recognizable to almost everybody. Something you see everyday that everybody would recognize. Something like a can of Campbell’s Soup.”

Andy Warhol: “Oh! That sounds fabulous!”

– “Andy Warhol: Everyone Will Be Famous for 15 Minutes”, Edward Willett, Onslow Publishers, 2010.

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