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Patrick Caulfield Highlights, Stucco, Screen and Stone Wall Plate Art Portfolio

Patrick Caulfield
Highlights, Stucco, Screen, and Stone Wall Plate Portfolio Set of Four – 1982
Print – Silkscreen   40.75” x 30”
Edition: Signed in pencil and marked 21/50 Set of Four

Unframed in Excellent Condition
Set of Four

BRITISH master painter and printmaker, Patrick Caulfield is best known for his POP artworks,
Trained at the Chelsea School of Art and Royal College of Art, his first one- man show was held at the Robert Fraser Gallery, London, in 1965.
While he generally uses traditional subject matter, like landscapes and still- life, his style and approach to art, is reminiscent of Pop art.

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BRITISH master painter and printmaker, Patrick Caulfield is best known for his POP artworks,
Trained at the Chelsea School of Art and Royal College of Art, his first one- man show was held at the Robert Fraser Gallery, London, in 1965.
While he generally uses traditional subject matter, like landscapes and still- life, his style and approach to art, is reminiscent of Pop art.

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 41 × 5 × 4 in
Size Type/ Largest Dimension

Large (Greater than 30'')

Listed By

Dealer or Reseller

Edition Size

21/50

Style

Subject

Signed

Signed

Edition Type

Limited Edition

Print Type - Production Technique

Artist Name

Patrick Caulfield

Certificate of Authenticity

yes

Date of Creation

Framing

Medium / Type

Item height

40.75

Item Length

30

Item Width

.1

Patrick Caulfield Highlights, Stucco, Screen and Stone Wall Plate Art Portfolio

Patrick Caulfield Highlights, Stucco, Screen, and Stone Wall Plate Portfolio Set of Four - 1982 Print - Silkscreen   40.75'' x 30'' Edition: Signed in pencil and marked 21/50 Set of Four Unframed in Excellent Condition Set of Four BRITISH master painter and printmaker, Patrick Caulfield is best known for his POP artworks, Trained at the Chelsea School of Art and Royal College of Art, his first one- man show was held at the Robert Fraser Gallery, London, in 1965. While he generally uses traditional subject matter, like landscapes and still- life, his style and approach to art, is reminiscent of Pop art.

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