Campbell's Soup Cans
Warhol, intending his works to be comments on the times, distanced himself from any personal narrative content by producing series in the photomechanical silkscreen process, of which Campbell's Soup Cans is an example. The silkscreen process leaves a smooth, brushstroke-free (that is, impersonal) surface, which heightens the satirical nature of Warhol's creations.
Artform: PAINTING, DRAWING AND GRAPHIC ARTS, 20th and 21st Centuries
Artist: Warhol, Andy
Artist Dates: 1928-1987
Country/Culture: United States
Period: 20th century
Medium: synthetic polymer pain on 32 canvases
Size: each 51 x 41 cm
Subject: Still Life
Style: Pop Art
Museum: Museum of Modern Art, New York
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