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Andy Warhol buying soup cans in 1962. He was completely unknown when this photograph was taken.

Manhattan, New York, New York, USA — Andy Warhol looking at Campbell’s soup cans in Gristede’s supermarket near his street studio called The Factory in New York. — Image by © Bob Adelman/Corbis

Andy Warhol at work on a large flower painting the Factory, 1965.

Andy and Gerard Malanga covering the background area of a Flower painting in preparation for painting the flower image, The Factory, NYC, March 1965 © Photo David Mc Cabe

DUANE MICHALS-    Warhol with 200 Campbell’s Soup Cans and Campbell’s Soup Box, c.1962

Duane Michals — Warhol with 200 Campbell’s Soup Cans and Campbell’s Soup Box, 1962

Photo by Bill Ray _ Andy Warhol and 20″×24″ Polaroid_1980/2010. Courtesy of the Artist.

BILL RAY captured this “double portrait” of Andy Warhol holding a Polaroid of Andy Warhol, 1980

Rouge // Warhol et sa soupe !

Andy Warhol, Cambell's Soup, 1969 ( May 1969 cover of Esquire Magazine shows Andy Warhol drowning in a Campbell's tomato soup can. Designed by George Lois, the work will be featured in an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art)

Andy : you hit me with a flower, you do it every hour, oh baby you're so vicious.

"Lost Then Found" - An Exhibition of Andy Warhol Portraits by Steve Wood: Frequently guarded, Andy Warhol was the subject of intense speculation during his career, not to mention posthumously. The artist was already at a com.