Patrick Caulfield is a British printmaker and painter. When starting his career Caulfield was painting flat images and items, using geometric forms and mainly primary colours. Later, he was simplifying his artworks, by using just one colour and making black outlines. He wanted to show some ordinary items, as something more unusual and mysterious. He used many different themes for making his artworks, as, for example, views of romantic and exotic plaices, or, even, some historical ones.
He was making his artworks in a Photorealistic style and paid attention at different architectural elements. He is making his artworks look quite abstract, but still showing the actual place and his main theme. I also really like the context of his works, as it is fascinating.
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