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Some of the Sources of Pop Art IV by Peter Blake

Some of the Sources of Pop Art IV by Peter Blake

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Edition Size: 175

Image Size: 50.5 x 50.5 cm

Sheet Size: 68.5 x 66 cm


Condition: Pristine

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Sources of Pop Art IV signed limited edition silkscreen print with diamond dust and glaze (edition of 175) by the godfather of British Pop Art Sir Peter Blake. Sources of Pop Art IV is an extraordinary and very rare print depicting many iconic pop art features including the union jack, stars and stripes and coca cola and the target also features 1960s icons. Framed in white.

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The Artist

Peter Blake

Peter Blake was born Peter Thomas Blake in England. He is a famous English pop artist. Blake was personally educated at the Gravesend Technical College School of Art and the Royal College of Art in London. Peter Blake is known mainly for both painting and printmaking. Without a doubt, one of the most renowned of all his works, is no other than for the co-creating of the sleeve design that went along with the Beatles album called Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. It was during the late 1950s, that Peter did become one of the very best known, amid all of the British pop artists.

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