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ANDY WARHOL | Campbell's Soup Box: Chicken Rice

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  • Andy Warhol
  • Campbell's Soup Box: Chicken Rice
  • acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas
  • 24 by 22 in. 61 by 55.9 cm.
This work is stamped with the artist's signature twice, dated 1986 twice, numbered A1090.7 twice and signed by Frederick Hughes twice on the overlap.


James D. Perry, New York (gift of the artist circa 1986)
Collection of Jeffrey Milburn (gifted from the above)
Collection of Andrew B. Cambron (acquired from the above in November 1989)
Oliver's, Inc., Kennebunkport, Maine
Art Brokerage, Inc., Idaho
Private Collection, Florida (acquired from the above in March 1991)
Sotheby's, New York, May 19, 2017, lot 207
Acquired by the present owner from the above sale

Catalogue Note

Andy Warhol’s first exhibition of Campbell’s Soup cans in 1962 was met with confusion and outrage, but by the end of his career the works had become icons of contemporary art. It is therefore no surprise that the artist would return to this series that had changed the course of art history in the final years of his career. Rather than repeating the exact same motif however, Warhol chose to depict a different Campbell’s product, as shown here in Campbell’s Soup Box: Chicken Rice from 1986.