Pittsburgh, 1928 - New York, 1987
Campbell’s Condensed Tomato Beef Noodle O’s (Serie II), 1969
Colored printscreen on paper, 88,9 x 58,4 cm
Signed by Andy Warhol and numbered with stamp on the back.
Edition of 250 serigraphs from the "Campbell's Soup II" portfolio consisting of ten different images.
Published on Catalog Raisonné Feldman & Shellmann 1962-1987, n.II.61.
Published by Factory Additions, New York
Press: Salvatore Silkscreen Co., Inc., New York
Authentication of "Officina delle Arti Contemporanee", Naples.
The Campbell Soup Company commissions Andy Warhol for the paintings of the containers that the artist creates with the colors, red, white, gold, black and silver for the can. Andy Warhol's Campbell's are perhaps the best known images of modern American art. Initially created as a series of thirty-two canvases in 1962, the soup cans soon gained international success. Warhol further explores the theme of repetition and mass production by creating two portfolios of Campbell's serigraphs: 1968 "Campbell Soup Cans I" and 1969 "Campbell Soup Cans II".