I’ll take my life monotonous

Patrick Caulfield (1936 - 2005)

Screenprint

1973

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  • About the work
    Location
    Country: UK
    City: London
    Place: HM Treasury, 1 Horse Guards Road
  • About the artist
    Born in London in 1936, Patrick Caulfield was a painter and printmaker. He studied Graphic Design and Painting at Chelsea School of Art, and Fine Art at the Royal College of Art. Caulfield started printmaking in 1964 and collaborated with key print studios in London. During the 1970s and ‘80s he also completed numerous commissions for mural, textile and theatrical set designs. Short-listed for the Turner Prize in 1987, Caulfield was later elected a Royal Academician in 1993. In 1995, he shared the Jerwood Painting Prize with the painter Maggi Hambling and received a CBE in the following year. His paintings and prints can be found in numerous public collections in the UK, Japan, Australia, Germany and Portugal. Two years before his death, he participated in a British Council touring group exhibition in South America. A survey exhibition of Caulfield’s work was held at Tate Britain in 2013.
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    Title
    I’ll take my life monotonous
    Edition
    83/100
    Date
    1973
    Medium
    Screenprint
    Dimensions
    width: 55.60 cm, height: 60.80 cm
    Acquisition
    Purchased from Alan Cristea Gallery, March 2001
    Inscription
    below image: [right] Patrick Caulfield 83/100
    GAC number
    17594