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Andy Warhol - Cookie jars

Cookie jars formerly in the collection of Andy Warhol.
Image courtesy the Movado Group

In 1960s America, Andy Warhol redefined what we consider as art with his Pop prints of everyday items such as Brillo Pads and Heinz soup tins. An obsessive collector, Warhol hoarded an ever-growing stash of brick-a-brack and had a particular passion for mass-produced cookie jars.

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