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These are another two images. One is by Patrick Caulfield and the other one is by Michael Craig-Martin. As you can see these two images hav. Pop Art, Minimal Art, Art Postal, Ligne Claire, A Level Art, Arte Popular, Gcse Art, Architectural Features, Built Environment

Caulfield Patrick | Sun Lounge (1975) | MutualArt

View Sun Lounge (1975) By Patrick Caulfield; acrylic on canvas; 120 x 84 in. (304.8 x 213 cm.); . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.

Tate Britain presents a survey exhibition of the celebrated British painter Patrick Caulfield. Pop Art, Yves Klein, Gary Hume, James Rosenquist, Tate Britain, Claes Oldenburg, Jasper Johns, Gcse Art, Arte Pop

‘After Lunch’, Patrick Caulfield, 1975 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘After Lunch’, Patrick Caulfield, 1975 on display at Tate Liverpool. Patrick Caulfield’s paintings explore alternative ways of picturing the world. After Lunch was one of his earliest works to combine different styles of representation. In this case, what appears to be a photomural of the Château de Chillon hanging in a restaurant is depicted with high-focus realism, contrasting with the cartoon-like black-outlined imagery and fields of saturated colour of its surroundings…

Patrick Caulfield 'Oh Helen, I roam my room' From Some Poems of Jules Laforgue 1973 Screenprint on paper Pop Art, Outline Art, Ligne Claire, 3d Laser, Arte Popular, Photorealism, Illustrations, Everyday Objects, Art Design

Government Art Collection - Art Work Details

Government Art Collection

Patrick Caulfield ‘Small Window’, 1969 © The estate of Patrick Caulfield. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2015 Art Design, Graphic Design, Pop Art, Ligne Claire, Small Windows, Arte Popular, Art Database, Photorealism, Claes Oldenburg

‘Small Window’, Patrick Caulfield, 1969 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Small Window’, Patrick Caulfield, 1969

Pop Art, Patrick Caulfield, ‘Bowl and Fruit’ 1979 Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Art Nouveau, Still Life Artists, Pop Art Movement, Gcse Art, Photorealism, Culture, Everyday Objects

‘Bowl and Fruit’, Patrick Caulfield, 1979 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Bowl and Fruit’, Patrick Caulfield, 1979

Patrick Caulfield - Two Jugs screenprint in the Tate Collection James Rosenquist, Still Life Artists, Claes Oldenburg, Art Walk, Jasper Johns, Everyday Objects, Mail Art, Warhol, Art History

‘Two Jugs’, Patrick Caulfield, 1969 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Two Jugs’, Patrick Caulfield, 1969

"Que ma vie fait envie" by Patrick Caulfield at Galerie Boisseree (IFPDA) - Printed Editions, 1973 Classical Realism, Pop Art Movement, A Level Art, Collaborative Art, Elements Of Art, Print Artist, Graphic Illustration, Illustrations Posters, Contemporary Art

Patrick Caulfield - Artist - Galerie Boisserée - Gallery Boisserée

Patrick Caulfield (London 1936–2005 London) is one of those painters who were particularly reluctant to use the term Pop Art in connection with their work. Yet despite his resistance to any categorisation, his themes, motifs and pictorial methods resulted in permanently valid icons of British Pop Art.

ArtQuid is a global online art marketplace allowing to buy Original Art and Prints (Canvas Prints, Acrylic Prints, Alu Dibond Prints, Fine Art Prints, Posters) directly from artists around the world. Line Illustration, Graphic Design Illustration, Graphic Art, Pop Art, James Rosenquist, Claes Oldenburg, Jasper Johns, Dead To Me, A Level Art

‘11. ‘Thus, she would come, escaped, half-dead to my door’’, Patrick Caulfield, 1973 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘11. ‘Thus, she would come, escaped, half-dead to my door’’, Patrick Caulfield, 1973

'Still life: Autumn fashion', Patrick Caulfield, 1978 The bold and colourful work of Patrick Caulfield can be termed 'pop art' because of his use of highly unconventional techniques and the ironic position that he adopts towards high art. Juan Sanchez Cotan, Liverpool Museum, Pop Art, Still Life Artists, Gcse Art, High Art, Living Room Art, Everyday Objects, Art Design

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