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Eduardo Paolozzi Art

British, 1924-2005
Eduardo Paolozzi (1924 – 2005) was a prolific and inventive Scottish artist most known for his marriage of Surrealism's early principles with brave new elements of popular culture, modern machinery and technology. He was raised in the shadows of World War II in a family deeply affected by the divisive nature of a country involved in conflict, which birthed his lifelong exploration into the many ways humans are influenced by external, uncontrollable forces. This exploration would come to inform a vast and various body of work that vacillated between the darker and lighter consequences of society's advancements and its so-called progress. His collages reflect the way contemporary culture and mass media influenced individual identity. Some of these, with their appropriation of American advertising's look and feel would inspire the future Pop art movement.
(Biography provided by Cal Smith Gallery)
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Artist: Eduardo Paolozzi
Hollywood By Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Hollywood By Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a pioneering Scottish artist and sculptor associated with the Pop Art movement. Renowned for his collage works, he sk...
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1970s Contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Lithograph

Dog And Mug By Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Dog And Mug By Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a pioneering Scottish artist and sculptor associated with the Pop Art movement. Renowned for his collage works, he ...
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1970s Contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Human Intellect - Moonstrips Empire News 1967 By Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Human Intellect - Moonstrips Empire News 1967 By Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a pioneering Scottish artist and sculptor associated with the Pop Art movement. R...
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1960s Contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Coasts Of Illusion - Moonstrips Empire News By Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Coasts Of Illusion - Moonstrips Empire News By Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a pioneering Scottish artist and sculptor associated with the Pop Art movement. Ren...
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Untitled (Moonstrips) By Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Untitled (Moonstrips), from the General Fun portfolio (1967) By Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a pioneering Scottish artist and sculptor associated with the Pop ...
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1960s Contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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California Coleslaw By Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
California Coleslaw By Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a pioneering Scottish artist and sculptor associated with the Pop Art movement. Renowned for his collage wo...
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1970s Contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Untitled (Elephant And Real Estate) By Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Untitled (Elephant And Real Estate) By Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a pioneering Scottish artist and sculptor associated with the Pop Art movement. Renowned f...
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1970s Contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Untitled 2 (Moonstrips) By Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Untitled 2 (Moonstrips) By Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a pioneering Scottish artist and sculptor associated with the Pop Art movement. Renowned for his collag...
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1960s Contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Untitled - From General Fun By Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Untitled - From General Fun By Eduardo Paolozzi Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a pioneering Scottish artist and sculptor associated with the Pop Art movement. Renowned for his co...
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Elephant Sculpture
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in Aberdeen Dyce, GB
EDUARDO PAOLOZZI RA KBE (1924-2005) Eduardo Paolozzi is one of Scotland's most eminent 20th century artists. Born in Edinburgh to Italian immigrants, this painter, sculptor, and pri...
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20th Century Abstract Expressionist Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Mr. Peanut - Pop Art Screenprint by Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Eduardo Paolozzi, British (1924 - 2005) Title: Mr Peanut Year: 1970 Medium: Screenprint, signed and dated in pencil Image: 27 x 19 inches Frame Size: 35 x 25 inches
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Rare British Pop Art lithograph signed, inscribed to famed head of St. Martin's
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in New York, NY
This lithograph is a uniquely signed and inscribed Artist's Proof, bearing a personal dedication in pencil by British Pop Artist Eduardo Paolozzi to sculptor Frank Martin, head of the sculpture department of Saint Martin's School of Art from 1952 to 1979. Frank Martin brought young and forward-thinking sculptors into the department to teach, among them Anthony Caro, Isaac Witkin, Robert Clatworthy...
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1980s Pop Art Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Vintage SIGNED 1969 Eduardo Paolozzi Poster avocado green psychedelic pop art
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in New York, NY
A vibrant vintage poster in blue, pink, brown, and classic 1960's avocado green, by Scottish Pop art progenitor Eduardo Paolozzi. Machinery extends upward in two arms like a space-age car engine...
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Original Card Construction by Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Original Card Construction sculpture made by Eduardo Paolozzi and acquired directly from the artist's studio in 2006. (With supporting provenanc...
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1970s Pop Art Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Wood, Acrylic Polymer

The Garden - Etching by Eduardo Paolozzi - 20th Century
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in Roma, IT
The Garden is an original print realized by Eduardo Paolozzi. Signed on plate on the lower left. Mint conditions (some folds and some shadows on paper). Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-200...
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Late 20th Century Contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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High Life -- Screen Print, Stripes, Patterns, Pop Art by Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
High Life, 1967 Eduardo Paolozzi Screenprint in black, cyan, red and yellow, on wove Signed and numbered from the edition of 500 From Moonstrips Empire News Printed at Kelpra Studio...
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High Life -- Screen Print, Stripes, Patterns, Pop Art by Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
High Life, 1967 Eduardo Paolozzi Screenprint in black, cyan, red and yellow, on wove Signed and numbered from the edition of 500 From Moonstrips Empire News Printed at Kelpra Studio...
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Original Vintage Poster As Is When Paolozzi Art Exhibition Ludwig Wittgenstein
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Original vintage advertising poster for an exhibition of work by Eduardo Paolozzi - As Is When a series of screen prints based on the life and writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein - held by Editions Alecto London in May 1965 featuring a surreal design in black and white depicting an illustration of a Mickey Mouse running with a revolver gun below an ancient Roman sculpture...
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Price - Garden - Etching by Eduardo Paolozzi - Late 20th century
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in Roma, IT
Garden is an original etching realized by Eduardo Paolozzi. Signed on plate on the lower left. Good conditions (some folds and some shadows on paper). Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005)...
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Late 20th Century Contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Cover for a Journal -- Print, Pattern, Stripes, Pop Art by Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Cover for a Journal, 1967 Eduardo Paolozzi Screenprint printed in gold, yellow,magenta, cyan, on wove Signed and numbered from the edition of 500 From Moonstrips Empire News Printed...
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Lots of Pictures, Lots of Fun - Screenprint by Eduardo Paolozzi
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Eduardo Paolozzi, British (1924 - 2005) Title: Lots of Pictures, Lots of Fun Year: 1971 Medium: Serigraph, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 10...
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Pop Art Redefined
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Screenprint and collage Edition of 100
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1970s Pop Art Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Horss Concours
By Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in New York, NY
Hors Concours, 1974 Screenprint 39 3/4 x 30 inches edition of 70 Eduardo Paolozzi was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1924. Because his parents were Italian immigrants, Paolozzi was ...
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1970s Abstract Eduardo Paolozzi Art

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Outstanding 1971 Pop Art image by Scottish artist, Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005). Serigraph, signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Sheet is unframed and unmounted, measures 22...
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