|The work of Patrick Caulfield. Is it Pop or is it not.|
|After Lunch, 1975, Patrick Caulfield|
|Like David Hockney with whom he studied, Patrick Caulfield |
has often been linked with the Pop Art of the early sixties; but
his work is not a study in Pop's trademark consumerism.
|Greece Expiring on the Ruins of Missolonghi (after Delacroix),|
1963, Patrick Caulfield, compared to Delacroix's version painted
|The Young Ladies of Avignon Seen from Behind, (on the right),|
1999, Patrick Caulfield, as compared to Picasso's 1907 version.
|Lest anyone miss the point.|