The Curious Relationship between Campbell Soup and Andy Warhol
Photo Credit: MoMA Back in 1962 when Andy Warhol featured the Campbell brand in his artwork, Campbell had some initial concern about his use of their trademark, but ended up commissioning a piece from Warhol. Today, the company has a soup can painting prominently hanging in their New Jersey headquarters In1966, Campbell invited consumers to send in soup can labels, plus one dollar, in exchange for a Warhol designed dress made of paper. The rarity of that iconic 60's dress to
In Memoriam: Queen Elizabeth II
“And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.” — William Shakespeare Honoring Queen Elizabeth II and her lifetime of service to the British people John Constable, Study of Clouds over a Landscape, c. 1821–22, oil on laminate cardboard, mounted on canvas. Gift of the Manton Art Foundation in memory of Sir Edwin and Lady Manton. The Clark.