Consommé (Beef), from: Campbell's Soup I, 1968
35 x 23 inches (88.9 x 58.4 cm.)
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A great deal of Andy Warhol’s work was inspired by popular consumer products and advertising. And his Campbell’s Soup pieces, particularly Tomato Soup, are some of his most well-known. Beef consommé is a product that is somewhat complicated to make from scratch, but when mass produced by a company like Campbell’s becomes more accessible, speaking to core themes of Warhol’s work.