Cool 3D object created by Ad van Hassel. Andy Warhol’s iconic Campbell soup cans are embedded in thick, black foam and then framed in a modern, sleek matte black frame with a depth of 6 cm. The dimensions of the frame are 53×53 centimeters, and on the back is a laser-cut certificate and the biography of Ad van Hassel. This artwork is displayed at our gallery in Amersfoort and is also available for purchase online, with a delivery time of 1-2 business days. Insured shipping €15.
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Born April 26, 1953 in Roosendaal, the Netherlands, Ad van Hassel began painting in 1980 after exploring various creative disciplines. In 1983, he opened two exclusive galleries in the Sonesta and Krasnapolsky hotels in Amsterdam. Since 1990, Ad has devoted himself to making screen prints, both for his own artwork and that of other artists, including Corneille and Herman Brood. Today, Ad’s focus in his studio is primarily on the manufacture of sculptures, including the famous Art Candy’s.