Lot of seven (7) futuristic art works by James Caulfield (Michigan/Tennessee, 1946-2010). Five pieces in the lot are ink drawings with possible block printing and occasional use of gouache. One piece consists of ink, watercolor and gouache illustrating futuristic space ships while the seventh work is an oil on board painting of an astronaut using a pay phone. Pieces reference Buck Rogers, Rocket Racers, and Rocket Police Control. All works are signed with exception to the watercolor, which is likely signed under the matting. Sizes range from 6" x 11-1/8" and 29-1/4" x 23-1/4". Late 20th century. Biography Ð James Albert Caulfield III was born in Detroit, Michigan and lived most of his early life in East Lansing until he moved to Knoxville, Tennessee in 1985. As a child he loved to draw and sketch and received formal art training at Michigan State University and Lansing Community College. He trained and worked as an illustrator and commercial artist and painted with watercolor and gouache in a "realistic controlled manner". In both Michigan and Knoxville he featured the local and regional material, people and places in his work. Condition: Slight toning on small works on paper. Painting of astronaut has minor paint loss.
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