RICHARD HAMILTON (London, 1922-2011),“Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing?”, 1956 / Collage donde aparece por primera vez en el arte la palabra "pop, unida a un mundo de sueños a lo Beverly Hills"

Comic collages in context

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

¿Qué es lo que hace los hogares de hoy tan diferentes, tan atractivos? II

Artwork page for ‘Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different?’, Richard Hamilton, 1992 on display at Tate Britain.

Richard Hamilton, Interior II, 1964

Richard Hamilton Interior II 1964 Oil, cellulose paint and collage on board support: 1219 x 1626 mm frame: 1425 x 1830 x 100 mm Purchased The estate of Richard Hamilton

Interiores I, R. Hamilton

Richard Hamilton POP INGLES : the Duchamp-ion of intellectual art The father of pop art – who is to be the subject of a posthumous exhibition at the National Gallery – also rediscovered and popularised the once-neglected work of Marcel Duchamp