Patrick Caulfield: Paintings

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"This is the first major monograph to be published on the paintings of Patrick Caulfield, whose work has enjoyed widespread popular appeal and critical acclaim over the past four decades. When Caulfield established his reputation in the early 1960s, his deadpan handling and his reliance on vivid, flat colours encased in uniform black outlines led to him being hailed as one of the originators of Pop Art in England. Caulfield himself consistently denied an interest in popular culture, preferring instead to make timeless pictures that subtly and with great originality reconfigured such traditional subjects as interiors and still-lives. Marked by a graphic elegance, a finely tuned colour sense and a sometimes melancholy air, these are among the most haunting paintings of the late twentieth century." Illustrating over 150 works, this book reproduces almost all the paintings made by Caulfield since 1961, when he was still studying at the Royal College of Art alongside such painters as David Hockney and R.B. Kitaj. In so doing, it comprehensively charts the evolution of one of the most thoughtful and engaging painters of our time. It weaves together analytical and interpretive texts published over the past quarter century by Marco Livingstone, the foremost authority on Caulfield's work, with new material on different phases of the artist's career. Individual key paintings are awarded separate, in-depth attention.
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Patrick Caulfield is known as one of the earliest of England's pop artists and has even been called the originator of pop art. He paints in vivid colors and simple black lines that outline the objects in his work. In this book-the first volume to be published on his paintings-Livingstone, an art historian and independent curator who has written extensively on pop art, traces the evolution of Caulfield's career and style since the 1960s. He writes clearly and carefully assesses the artist's work, including everything Caulfield has ever painted. The text is complemented with 150 illustrations in color, a chronology, a useful bibliography, listings of solo and group exhibitions of the artist, the public collections in which his work is hung, and a list of the illustrated works. This book is well worth considering and is a bargain at the price.-Martin Chasin, Adult Inst., Bridgeport, CT Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780853319290
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 3/28/2007
  • Edition description: REV
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 10.20 (w) x 11.60 (h) x 1.30 (d)

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