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Patrick Caulfield’s Interior Life

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by Promila Shastri last modified Aug 16, 2013

The British painter Patrick Caulfield is currently being feted with a retrospective at Britain’s Tate Gallery, and don’t we wish we were in London right now. Caulfied, who died in 2005, studied graphic design, and was an admirer of Le Corbusier—and it shows. Not surprisingly, we find his most compelling — Continue reading …




 

 

Fig Branch 1972 by Patrick Caulfield 1936-2005

The British painter Patrick Caulfield is currently being feted with a retrospective at Britain’s Tate Gallery, and don’t we wish we were in London right now. Caulfied, who died in 2005, studied graphic design, and was an admirer of Le Corbusier—and it shows. Not surprisingly, we find his most compelling compositions, distinguished by flat expanses of vibrant color, to be interior vignettes—featuring graphic still life compositions, repeat patterns and instantly recognizable furniture icons.

Patrick-CaulfieldInterior: Morning 1970-1 by Patrick Caulfield 1936-2005Sweet Bowl 1967 by Patrick Caulfield 1936-2005Window at Night 1972 by Patrick Caulfield 1936-2005

Images: Tate


 

 

 
 
 

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