Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing ?, Richard Hamilton, 1956

1956 Pop art collage called 'Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?' Richard Hamilton created one of the earliest pieces labeled Pop Art. Hamilton died in

Erasmus Variations, R.B. Kitaj, 1958

Kitaj - Erasmus Variations Date 1958 Oil paint on canvas 1049 x 842 mm Tate

Pacific Mutual Life, David Hockney, 1964

Artwork page for ‘Pacific Mutual Life’, David Hockney, 1964

Study for Dollboy, David Hockney, 1960

David Hockney ‘Study for Dollboy’, 1960 © David Hockney

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A camera ludica was probably used by Henry Carter to help him draw detailed images for Gray's Anatomy.

Bunk I, Evadne in green dimension, Eduardo Paolozzi, 1952

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi Evadne in Green Dimension’, 1972 © The Eduardo Paolozzi Foundation

Sack-o-sauce, Eduardo Paolozzi, 1948

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, ‘Sack-o-sauce’ 1948 Printed papers on card. from Ten Collages from BUNK

Children reading comics, Peter Blake, 1954

Children Reading Comics by Peter Blake Date painted: 1954 Oil on hardboard, x cm Collection: Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Trust