Campbell's Soup Black Bean, Silkscreen, Andy Warhol – Art Commerce

Campbell's Soup Black Bean, Silkscreen, Andy Warhol

$ 375.00

- Original Edition Silk-screen on 100% Acid Free Archival Museum Board

- Paper Size: 35 x 23 inches

- Unsigned & unnumbered

- Published by Sunday B. Morning

- Excellent Condition; never framed or matted

- Certificate of Authenticity included by Sunday B Morning

Sunday B. Morning Campbell's Soup Can from Andy Warhol's "Soup Can I" series. This Silk-screen is printed with the highest quality archival inks like the first Soup Can Edition published in 1962. It is stamped in blue ink on verso, "Published by Sunday B. Morning" and "fill in your own signature." Because of their impeccable quality, these pieces are widely collected.   

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987) Clearly the most important and influential artist of the past quarter century, Andy Warhol, the master of Pop Art, maintained a level of creativity which is legendary. Warhol adapted the commercial process of silk-screening to the world of fine art, creating masterpieces such as Marilyn Monroe, Ads and Myths, which became some of his most famous images. Throughout his life Warhol was regarded as the art-world's greatest celebrity.