Portrait of Andy Warhol made of popular cans.
Andy’s controversial work depicting realistic images of Campbell canned soup originally did not result in monetary success. The art pundits of the time did not believe an artist would reduce art to representation of commercial product akin to grocery shelves. There were only a few people who agreed to pay $100 per canvas, of the 32 total canvases on display.
In addition to his pop-art paintings and celebrity silkscreens, Warhol shot several hundred films, including 472 four-minute black and white portrait screen tests (Screen Tests), dozens of short films and more than 150 films with stories, only 60 of which have been released.
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