Richard Hamilton

Selected Prints from the Collection,

December 16, 2009–May 2, 2010

The internationally acclaimed British artist Richard Hamilton (b. 1922), one of the founders of Pop art in London, first studied printmaking as a teenager and continues his experiments today at the age of eighty-seven. This selection of some twenty-six works presents Hamilton’s groundbreaking forays into a variety of print media, from traditional intaglio to digital techniques, as he explores subjects derived from portraiture, the history of art, and the writings of James Joyce (1882–1941).