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Painter & Printmaker: Richard Hamilton, (1922-2011).
One of the leading pioneers of Pop art best known for his montages featuring scenes from the fields of advertising and contemporary life, notably 'Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?'. It was initially intended as a poster for the now legendary exhibition 'This is tomorrow'. The collage is said to be the beginning of British Pop Art.
As a young man he earned his living working in advertising and commercial art. Evening classes in painting at St. Martin's School of Art led to his entry into the Royal Academy School from 1938 to 1940. Between 1941 and 1945 he worked as an industrial designer re-enrolling at the Royal Academy School in 1946 to resume his studies of painting, he was expelled in July because he defied his teachers' instructions.