Peter Blake Signed Eric Clapton Me and Mr Johnson lp

Authentic Peter Blake Signed Eric Clapton Me and Mr Johnson lp. Signed on the front cover by Peter in black marker pen.

 

Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

 

 

£400.00

Authentic Peter Blake Signed Eric Clapton Me and Mr Johnson lp. Signed on the front cover by Peter in black marker pen.

 

Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

 

 

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Peter Blake Signed Eric Clapton Me and Mr Johnson lp

Authentic Peter Blake Signed Eric Clapton Me and Mr Johnson lp. Signed on the front cover by Peter in black marker.

 

 

 

Sir Peter Thomas Blake, an English pop artist born on June 25, 1932; best known for co-designing the album sleeve for the Beatles autographs‘ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. His other best-known creations include the Live Aid concert poster, the covers for two of The Who‘s albums, and the Band Aid single “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” The 2012 Brit Awards trophy was likewise created by Blake.

Blake, regarded as a key player in the pop art movement and one of the most well-known British pop artists. His fascination with imagery from popular culture, which has influenced his collages, is central to his paintings. He received a knighthood in 2002 at Buckingham Palace for his contributions to art.

 

 

 

Sir Peter Blake signed Album

Beginning in the late 1950s, collaged components frequently used in Blake’s paintings. Which frequently featured imagery from ads, music hall performances, and wrestlers. The Institute of Contemporary Arts held group shows that featured Peter Blake autographs. First associated with the developing British Pop Art style in the “Young Contemporaries” show of 1961. Where he exhibited alongside David Hockney and R. B. Kitaj. Blake’s Self Portrait with Badges won the John Moores Junior prize in 1961. Altogether, Along with Pauline Boty, Derek Boshier, and Peter Phillips, he appeared in the 1962 BBC television broadcast of Ken Russell’s Monitor film on pop art, Pop Goes the Easel. Overall, this brought him to the attention of a larger audience.

 

Then again, From 1963, Blake represented by Robert Fraser placing him at the centre of Swinging London and bringing him into contact with leading figures of popular culture. Equally, Blake had his first solo exhibition with Robert Fraser Gallery in 1965 and appeared on the front cover of LIFE International in a photograph by Lord Snowdon. Also, given the final exhibition held at Robert Fraser Gallery which closed in 1969. The same year, Blake had his first exhibition with Leslie Waddington who became his lifelong supporter and representative.