"Campbell's Soup Cans, Set of 3 Prints AP 1990"
Limited Edition Print : Three Silk Screen Print on Stretched Canvas
Size : 15.5x13.5 in | 39x34 cm
Framed : 16x14 in | 41x36 cm
Edition : From the AP edition of 25REDUCED
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Purchased fromOther 1995
Story / Additional InfoIn 1995 I worked on a press conference held at the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh in connection with the Campbell's (Soup Co.) “Art of Soup” competition. Paul Warhola, Andy Warhol's brother, was a featured speaker. The backdrop for the podium area was a series of Campbell’s Soup can silk screen prints created by Steve Kaufman. I was given 3 of those soup can prints by my client. The size of each print is 14”W x 16”H framed and signed by Steve Kaufman on the the back. Prints are on canvas with stretchers in a black aluminum frame.
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Steve Kaufman - United States
Art Brokerage: Steve Alan Kaufman: American Artist: On February 12, 2010, the world lost Steve Alan Kaufman, one of the greatest American pop artists and a generous humanitarian. Steve Kaufman, former assistant to Andy Warhol, passed away at the young age of 49. His memory, as well as his paintings, will live on forever. From his warm smile and generous heart, to his ability to tell a great story and his incredible knack of making every day an adventure filled with humor, drama, and laughter - Steve Kaufman was a legend. His paintings have found their way into the homes and hearts of so many, capturing the true American pop art experience. Steve Kaufman painted such timeless pieces such as: Coca Cola, Marilyn Monroe, Mozart, Beethoven, Wizard of Oz, Muhammad Ali, his money series, and his paintings of famous singers, actors and icons. His audience is vast and large, and his contribution to society was enormous. Steve Kaufman launched and operated the "Give Kids a Break Fund," a successful charity which helped inner city kids from troubled homes or straight from jail. Steve Kaufman gave these kids a job and his trust when no one else would, allowing them opportunities that they would have never had. Steve Kaufman lived for forty nine years, and in that time, he lived the life of 10 men. He will be so painfully missed, but his art will live forever. Steve Kaufman's paintings have been exhibited in many museums including The Andy Warhol Museum of Modern Art in Slovakia; the Reiss-Engelhorn Museum in Mannheim, Germany; The Museum of Contemporary Art in Hot Springs, AR; The Motown Historical Museum in Detroit, MI; the Blues & Legends Hall of Fame Museum in Memphis,TN; The American Sport Art Museum & Archives in Daphne, AL; The Pop Culture Gallery at The World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, GA; Sala U. Veruda, Palazzo Costanzi in Trieste, Italy; The Palazzo Guiscardo in Pietrasanta, Italy; Museum of Passion in Valladolid, Spain; Marcos Valcarcel Cultural Center in Galicia, Spain and running from November 21, 2013 through May 6, 2014 a grand exhibition in the House of Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, Italy. Steve Kaufman's paintings are also in two presidential libraries. Listings wanted.