Richard Hamilton Paintings

Richard Hamilton ( 1922–2011 ) was an English painter and collage artist during the Pop Art movement of the 1950s. He was one of the earliest contributors to the movement and his works most likely influenced artists such as Warhol, Lichtenstein, Wesselmann, and Oldenburg. During his career, Hamilton was inspired by Marcel Duchamp and enjoyed exploring art that focused on everyday items and consumer culture. One of his most famous collages, Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?, was created in 1956 and was the first piece of pop art to be recognized in art history for its iconic status.

Paintings by Richard Hamilton in Chronological Order:

     
Hers Is A Lush Situation, 1958 $he, 1961 Towards a Definitive Statement on the Coming Trends in Men’s Wear and Accessories, 1963
Portrait of Hugh Gaitskill as a Famous Monster of Filmland, 1964 Glorious Techniculture, 1964 Interior, 1964
Interior II, 1964 - Richard Hamilton
Desk, 1964 Epiphany, 1964 Interior II, 1964
The Solomon R. Guggenheim – Architect’s visual , 1965 My Marilyn, 1965 Whitley Bay, 1966
Bathers (A), 1967 I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas, 1967 Self-Portrait, 1967
Swingeing London 67, 1968 Marcel Duchamp, 1968 Swingeing London 67, 1969
A Postal Card – For Mother (for S.M.S. 1), 1969 Study for a Fashion plate, 1969 Fashion plate, 1970
A Beautiful Little Shit for Dieter, 1971 I’m Dreaming of a Black Christmas, 1971 Picasso’s meninas, 1973
Trichromatic Flower Piece, 1974 Palindrome, 1974 Soft Blue Landscape, 1979
Soft Pink Landscape, 1980 A Dedicated Follower of Fashion, 1980 Archive II, 1981
Patricia Knight II, 1982 The Citizen, 1983 A Languid Floating Flower, 1983
Finn MacCool, 1983 Leopold Bloom, 1983 Mother and Child, 1984
Treatment room, 1984 Lobby, 1984 Self-portrait in a Cracked Mirror, 1985
Bronze by Gold, 1987 Ireland a Nation, 1988 Countdown, 1989
Four Self-Portraits 05.3.81, 1990 The Orangeman, 1990 War Games, 1991
The State, 1993 Flower Piece I, 1994 Ghosts of UFA, 1994
Derek Jarman, 1997 Marconi & Son, 1998 Self-portrait with yellow, 1998
The heaventree of stars, 1998 The marriage, 1998 Portrait of Dieter Roth, 1998
TiT2002 Shock and Awe, 2008 The Beatles
Maps of Palestine

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