17 September 2009
From a Private German Collection
Andy Warhol (1928-1987)
Campbell's Soup Can (Tomato) (F. & S. II.4A)
screenprint in colours on a paper shopping bag, 1966, from the edition of unknown size, published by the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (Massachusetts), on the occasion of a Warhol exhibition in October and November 1966, the colours exceptionally fresh and bright, with the usual folds (as issued), two small foxmarks at left, some very minor, unobtrusive creases, scuffs and surface soiling, generally in very good condition, framed
I. 423 x 237 mm., S. 490 x 432 mm.
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