©2019 Andrew Bonnycastle Art

"Soup of the Day"

A small crowd of people at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto stand in front of a grouping of Andy Warhol's iconic Campbell's Soup Cans.  Warhol used screen printing to reproduce the 32 varieties of soup that Campbell's offered at the time.  His idea was to make the everyday, readily available and seemingly mundane the subject of his work.  The Campbell's Soup Can series was created in the early 1960s and helped to usher in pop art as a major art movement in the U.S.

 

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40 Inches

2019

Available for Purchase