Patrick Caulfield, born in 1936 in London, is one of the Artist, like David Hockney and Peter Blake,
who took British Pop Art as their central source of inspiration.

At the same time his paintings and prints often have something introspective and melancholic,
which is not to common to British Pop Art. In the sixties he started expressing the banality of everyday life in his work.
We still see this in his work till 2005, the year he passed away.

The international recognition he was covered by, was due to a couple of one-man shows
in countries throughout the world like the United Kingdom and others.