Patrick Caulfield

1936–2005

Patrick Caulfield, ‘After Lunch’ 1975
After Lunch 1975
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In Tate Liverpool

Biography

Patrick Joseph Caulfield, (29 January 1936 – 29 September 2005), was an English painter and printmaker known for his bold canvases, which often incorporated elements of photorealism within a pared-down scene. Examples of his work are Pottery and Still Life Ingredients.

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Cooking meets Art: Antonio Carluccio

Chef, restaurateur and wild mushroom expert Antonio Carluccio cooks up a signature risotto dish, in response to the paintings of ...

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Nick Serota & Dexter Dalwood on Patrick Caulfield

Caulfield radically re-imagined traditional genres such as still life and domestic interiors to produce paintings of startling originality

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Mavis Cheek & Antonio Carluccio on Patrick Caulfield

The writer and cook discuss the artist's work

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This is Britain: Gizzi Erskine

Food writer and chef, Gizzi Erskine, take us on a gastronomic adventure through the Tate's collection and introduces us ...

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Patrick Caulfield at Tate Britain III
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Fun, exotic and very modern: Patrick Caulfield at Tate Britain I

Clarrie Wallis

He preferred to be seen as an artist within the great European tradition of Juan Gris and Georges Braque, while ...

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Tate Etc. issue 28, Summer 2013; online edition of Tate's magazine

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