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LOT DETAILS
Current bid: $4,000 CAD
Bidding History
Paddle # Date Amount

15655 29-Oct-2020 03:11:43 PM $4,000

34212 29-Oct-2020 02:59:09 PM $3,750

34242 29-Oct-2020 01:11:58 PM $3,500

15655 29-Oct-2020 01:07:50 PM $3,250

34242 29-Oct-2020 12:59:47 PM $3,000

15655 29-Oct-2020 12:57:30 PM $2,750

34212 27-Oct-2020 08:17:59 PM $2,500

34242 27-Oct-2020 01:28:48 PM $2,250

13823 27-Oct-2020 11:48:35 AM $2,000 AutoBid

818495 24-Oct-2020 12:09:04 PM $1,900

31631 17-Oct-2020 05:36:39 PM $1,800

33624 06-Oct-2020 05:46:26 AM $1,700

26627 06-Oct-2020 04:48:39 AM $1,600 AutoBid

33624 06-Oct-2020 04:48:39 AM $1,500

26627 06-Oct-2020 04:48:22 AM $1,400 AutoBid

33624 06-Oct-2020 04:48:22 AM $1,300

26627 06-Oct-2020 04:47:58 AM $1,200 AutoBid

33624 06-Oct-2020 04:47:58 AM $1,100

26627 04-Oct-2020 12:39:39 PM $1,000 AutoBid

LOT 217

Andy Warhol
1928 - 1987
American

Souper Dress
screenprinted paper dress, 1965
stamped with the Souper Dress label at the neck
36 x 22 in, 91.4 x 55.9 cm

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Sold for: $5,000

Preview at:

PROVENANCE
Private Collection, Vancouver


Inspired by Andy Warhol's success with their product, the Campbell’s Soup Company produced the Souper Dress as a form of advertisement . It could be purchased by sending $1 and two Campbell’s soup can labels to the company.



This work is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art, Denver CO.


All prices are in Canadian Dollars


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