Andy Warhol began his Campbell's Soup Can paintings around 1961, and the subject would take various forms in the years to follow. He painted the well-known red and white cans, referring to a product list supplied by the Campbell Soup Company and checking off each type of soup as it was completed. A later series of Campbell's Soup cans, produced around 1965, is comprised of nineteen different coloured cans. Through these ground breaking works, Warhol challenged our way of thinking about art.
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