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POP ART

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Richard Hamilton,
Just What Is It That
Makes Today’s
Homes so Different,
so Appealling, collage,
1956.
Richard Hamilton born 1922

BRITISH POP

$he 1958-61
Sir Eduardo Paolozzi 1924 - 2005

from As Is When (P04756-P04768; complete)


He Must, So To Speak, Throw Away the Ladder 1965
The City of the Circle and the Square Screenprint on paper
1963 and 1966 image: 781 x 540 mm
Painted aluminium on paper, print
object: 2108 x 1022 x 667 mm sculpture
Peter Blake born 1932
On the Balcony 1955-7
Oil on canvas
support: 1213 x 908 mm frame: 1324 x 1017 x 50 mm
painting
Richard Smith born 1931
Gift Wrap 1963

Joe Tilson born 1928


Vox Box 1963
David Hockney
Born 1937

A Bigger Splash
1967
Allen Jones born 1937
Man Woman 1963

Derek Boshier born 1937


The Identi-Kit Man 1962
Still Life with Dagger 1963
Oil on board
support: 1215 x 1216 x 40 mm
painting

Vases of Flowers 1962


Oil on board
support: 1219 x 1219 mm
painting

Patrick Caulfield born 1936


Clive Barker born 1940

Colin Self born 1941

Hot Dog Sculpture 1965


Cast polyester resin
object: 110 x 1220 x 120 mm, 6.4 kg
sculpture
Splash 1967
Mixed media
object: 864 x 356 x 356 mm
sculpture
AMERICAN POP Robert Rauschenberg born 1925
Monogram 1955-9
Freestanding combine
neO-dADA

Jasper Johns born 1930


Flag 1954–55
Encaustic, oil, and collage on fabric
mounted on plywood (three panels)
Claes Oldenburg

Allan Kaprow
Born 1927, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Lives and works in Encinitas, California
Grandma’s Boy, 1957
Mixed media assemblage
Gift of Rhett and Robert Delford Brown, 1998
Andy Warhol, 1928-1987
Marilyn Diptych, 1962
Roy Lichtenstein: Drowning Girl, 1963

Andy Warhol:80 Two-dollar bills (1962


Oldenburg Floor-burger
(Giant Hamburger) (1962

James Rosenquist
I Love you with my Ford (1962
Tom Wesselmann. Still Life #30. April 1963. Oil, enamel and synthetic polymer paint on
composition board with collage of printed advertisements, plastic flowers, refrigerator
door, plastic replicas of 7-Up bottles, glazed and framed color reproduction, and
stamped metal, 48 1/2 x 66 x 4" (122 x 167.5 x 10 cm)
Jim Dine, Bedspring, 1960. Mixed-media assemblage on wire bedspring, 52 1/4 x 72 x
11 inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
John Chamberlain, Dolores James, 1962. Welded and painted steel, 76 x 97 x 39
inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Claes Oldenburg, Soft Pay-Telephone,
1963. Vinyl filled with kapok, mounted on
painted wood panel, 46 1/2 x 19 x 9 inches.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Jeff Koons, Lips, 2000. Oil on canvas, 120 x 172 inches. Deutsche Guggenheim
James Rosenquist, The Swimmer in the Econo-mist, 1997–98 (painting 1). Oil on
canvas, One of three panels, 11 feet 6 inches x 9 feet 3 inches. Deutsche Guggenheim
Roy Lichtenstein, Interior with Mirrored Wall, 1991. Oil and Magna on canvas,, 126 1/8
x 160 inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Wayne Thiebaud Cakes, 1963, Oil on canvas, 152.4 x 182.9 cm,
National Gallery of Art, Washington
Arman (Armand Fernandez) born 1928
Christo (Christo Javacheff) born 1935

NOUVEAU
RÉALISME

Wrapped Cans. Part of Inventory 1960


Condition of Woman I 1960
Inventaires
Condition de la femme I
Painted metal, canvas and string
Mixed media, metal, wood and glass
object: 120 x 105 mm sculpture
object: 1920 x 462 x 320 mm sculpture
Gerhard Richter born 1932]
Jacques Mahé de la Villeglé born 1926

Jazzmen 1961 Ema (Nude on a Staircase) 1966


Les Jazzmen Oil on canvas
Torn posters mounted on canvas 6' 6 3/4" x 51 3/16" (200 x 130 cm)
support: 2170 x 1770 mm painting Museum Ludwig, Cologne
Yves Klein 1928-1962

Pure pigment, Synthetic resin on sponge and plaster, 1962