Campbell's Soup Cans (disambiguation)


Campbell's Soup Cans (disambiguation)

"Campbell's Soup Cans" is series of works of art by Andy Warhol or the first work in that series.

Campbell's Soup Cans may also refer to:
*"Campbell's Soup Cans II", another Warhol work in the series, in the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
*Soup cans produced by the Campbell Soup Company


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