A simplified style combined with an astute commentary on modern life cast Patrick Caulfield as one of the originators of Pop Art in England – a label he rejected. Delving further into Caulfield’s work reveals a timeless subject matter executed with deadpan humour all contained within his characteristic solid black outlines.

This exhibition explores Caulfield’s unique style beginning with his inspiration from artists such as Juan Gris, Georges Braque and Fernand Léger, to his subtle construction of the interior and engagement with the still life tradition.