Warhol soup can on display in Spring Exhibition

Warhol soup can on display in Spring Exhibition

In 1962, Warhol produced a series of canvases, depicting all 32 varieties of soup manufactured by Campbell’s.  In the same year, he became very excited by silkscreen printing, a technique associated with mass production and advertising.  He later issued the soup cans as limited edition silkscreen prints.

We are delighted to present Clam Chowder, a silkscreen print made and signed by Warhol in 1969.  This one of 26 artist's proofs.