Shamash meets Andy Warhol - Campbell’s Soup Cans (1962)


This painting is a painting of the Campbell's Soup Cans Series (1962) made by Andy Warhol in 1962. This painting series is the most phenomenal masterpiece of Andy Warhol and is also synonymous with Andy Warhol and the pop art movement itself. The inspiration to paint this series came from Andy Warhol's intention as a pioneer of pop art, to raise things that are commonplace among the general public. Campbell's canned soup is a consumer product that is in demand among the people of the United States at that time, this product is consumed by various groups in the United States. This is what made Andy Warhol interested in painting Campbell's canned soup. Campbell produced a variety of canned soup variants of various flavours, Andy Warhol painted all the flavours available at the time.

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