Lamp and Kuan Ware, by Patrick Caulfield (framed)
This work is included in the Art Sales exhibition Artist to Artist, which explores relationships and connections between Academicians, past and present. It is on display in the Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, from 14th September to 3rd December 2018.
Please note that, if purchased, this framed print is available for collection only from the Royal Academy of Arts by appointment with the Art Sales team.
|Dimensions||112.5 x 86.5cm|
|Fabric & material||Screenprint|
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We are proud to present this screenprint by Patrick Caulfield (1936–2005). Perhaps best known for his graphic, vividly coloured paintings incorporating segments of photorealism, Caulfield was often described as a Pop Artist, although he himself resisted being categorised as such. Often exploring the angular and curvaceous forms of vessels and lamps as subject matter for his still lifes, his compositions are a masterclass in the deceptively simple placement of objects and depiction of light and shadow. Caulfield studied at the Royal College of Art and Chelsea College of Arts, and later also taught at Chelsea. He was closely associated with John Hoyland, Allen Jones and David Hockney, and is cited by Stephen Farthing as one of his primary influences.