Campbell’s Soup I: Onion Made With Beef Stock (FS II47 1968)
Campbell’s Soup I: Onion Made With Beef Stock (FS II47 1968)

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)

Campbell’s Soup I: Onion Made With Beef Stock (FS II47 1968)

1968 United States

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The Onion (made with beef stock) soup can is part of Warhol’s portfolio entitled “Campbell’s Soup I” which was his first soup can print portfolio. This portfolio came six years after Warhol introduced the world to his soup cans when he exhibited them at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles. The iconic label of the Campbell’s Soup can is not altered in any way which makes the image that much more powerful. The only difference between the different prints within the portfolio is that they each represent a different flavor of soup. All of which were very popular during the time.
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Dimensions
Height 35.00 inch (88.90 cm)
Width 23.00 inch (58.42 cm)
Medium
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