Reproduce the iconic Campbell's Soup Cans as painted by the great Pop artist Andy Warhol with this high-quality paint-by-number kit. Easy-to-follow directions make the kit accessible for anyone, regardless of painting experience. Real canvas, acrylic paints and a wooden easel give you the ability to display your own mini masterpiece on your mantel, desk or side table when you’ve finished it.Campbell’s Soup Cans, from Warhol’s 1962 series of 32 paintings (a work in MoMA’s collection), mark a breakthrough for the artist, when he began to apply his seminal strategies of serial repetition and reproduction to key subjects derived from American commodity culture.
Features of the Andy Warhol Soup Can Paint-by-Number Kit include:
- One 10l x 8”” canvas
- 6 acrylic paints
- One wooden easel
- Two paint brushes
- Color guide and instruction sheet
- Age 14+.
SizeCanvas size: 10l x 8"w
Box: 10.2h x 8.2w x 1.5"d
MaterialCanvas, Acrylic Paints, Wood
Year of Design2021
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Andy Warhol (1928–1987) was an American artist, film director, producer and the most well-known participant of the Pop art movement. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Warhol moved to New York City in the 1950s where he initally worked as a commercial illustrator. By the late 1950s, he began exhibiting his work in several galleries. An early adopter of the silk screen printmaking process, he created now instantly recognizable works, many of which are represented in MoMA's collection, including Campbell's Soup Cans (1962), Two Dollar Bill (1962) and Double Elvis (1963). His artworks have been featured in numerous MoMA exhibitions, including Recent Drawing U.S.A. (1956), Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (1989), Andy Warhol: Screen Tests (2003) and Automania (2021–2022).Shop All
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