Sir Peter Blake

About the artist

Peter Blake is an artist known for his association with the Pop Art movement in Britain. Alongside David Hockney, Patrick Caulfield, and Richard Hamilton, Blake sourced imagery from popular culture in colorful and distinctly graphic works. He is perhaps most well-known for creating the album cover for The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in 1967.

Born on June 25, 1932 in Dartford, Kent, England, Blake studied at the Gravesend School of Art and the Royal College of Art. On The Balcony (1955) and Self Portrait with Badges (1962) are two important works for the artist, reflective of his early painterly style and contribution to Pop Art. He currently lives and works in London. He was awarded the titled of Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in 1983 and Knighthood in 2002 for his services to the visual arts.

babe rainbow
Babe Rainbow
Screenprint on Tin
Ed of 1000
Size framed: 700mm x 930mm
 POA

found art letters
Found Art Letters
Limited Edition print
Signed and Numbered A/P from the Ed of 25
Size: 1110mm x 1325mm
 POA

i love you
I Love You 

Limited Edition Screenprint with Gold Leaf and Embossing
Signed and Numbered Ed of 175
Size Framed: 1490mm x 555mm
 SOLD

 

PB-ID-book-cover
Portrait of Ian Dury

Limited Edition Screenprint
Signed and Numbered Ed of 100
Size: 315mm x 400mm
 SOLD

c is for clown
C is for Clown

Limited Edition Screenprint
Signed and Numbered Ed of 95
Size: 770mm x 1020mm
 POA