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ABOVE Eiffel Tower
  • LEFT Empire State
  • MIDDLE Motif 10 (5)
  • RIGHT World Tour London Multi Ethnic Crowd
  • LEFT World Tour London Regatta II
  • MIDDLE Aquarium, Paris Portfolio - Silkscreen
  • RIGHT Monkeys, Paris Portfolio - Silkscreen
  • LEFT Lowering Elephants, Paris portfolio - Silkscreen
  • MIDDLE Red White & Blue
  • RIGHT Wink
  • LEFT Girlie Door - Silkscreen
  • MIDDLE Motif 10 (2)
  • RIGHT A walk along Aldeburgh Beach - Silkscreen
  • LEFT Homage to Rauschenberg V - Silkscreen
  • MIDDLE Faith, Hope and Charity - Silkscreen
  • RIGHT Paris - 10 Man Upright
  • LEFT Got a girl - Silkscreen
  • MIDDLE The First Print Target - Silkscreen
  • RIGHT Three Match Boxes - Silkscreen
  • LEFT Vichy - Butterfly man
  • MIDDLE Vichy - Horseshow
  • RIGHT American Trilogy - Cream & Gold diamond dust
  • LEFT American Trilogy - Black & silver gloss
  • MIDDLE American Trilogy - Black and silver diamond dust
  • RIGHT The Butterfly man in Tunis (Homage to Damien Hurst)
  • LEFT The Butterfly man in Tokyo (Homage to Damien Hurst)
  • MIDDLE Dancing - Paris
  • RIGHT Homage to Rauschenberg I
  • LEFT Homage to Rauschenberg III
  • MIDDLE Hope
  • RIGHT I Love You - plain white
  • LEFT La Vern Baker
  • MIDDLE Marilyns Door
  • RIGHT Another Parage
  • LEFT England Forever
  • MIDDLE R is for Rainbow

Sir Peter Blake

Born in 1932, Peter Blake attended the Gravesend School of Art and then The Royal College of Art, where his contemporaries were Bridget Riley and Frank Auerbach.

One of the leading pioneers of Pop Art, his use of imagery from comics, pin-up magazines and consumer goods captures the essence of his time. His work on album covers such as Band Aid, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club and Paul Weller’s Stanley Road helped to establish him firmly in the British consciousness.

He taught in London at St. Martin’s School of Art and Walthamstow School of Art and in 1961 obtained his first prize in the John Moore’s Exhibition, Liverpool, for Self Portrait with Badges.

From 1974 to 1976 he taught at The Royal College of Art and was made an A.R.A. in 1974 and an R.A. in1981. He now works from his studio in London maintaining a prolific output of work.

He was knighted in 2002. 

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