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Piece Name: Spam

Completed Date: 7th July 2019
Medium: Acrylic 
Size: 21cm x 29.7cm
Frame: Dark Stained Oak 

The painting depicts a tin of Spam.
Spam was first introduced in 1937 as a brand of canned cooked pork made by Hormel Food Corporation. 
The Spam name was later uses to describe unsolicited emails and content after a Monty Python sketch in 1976. The sketch used the brand name through out turning it into a repetitive song using the word Spam.


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SKU: A1018
  • This is an origninal framed acrylic painting on canvas. This piece is hand painted and framed by J C Clayton. The painting will be hand signed and comes with Certificate of Authenticity. 

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