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David Hockney

My Pool & Terrace
My Pool & Terrace
107 x 74 cm
Signed Etching
The Perspective Lesson (from Moving Focus) Signed edition of 50
The Perspective Lesson (from Moving Focus) Signed edition of 50
76 x 56 cm
Lithograph on paper
Pembroke Studio with Blue Chairs & Lamp (from Moving Focus) signed edition of 98
Pembroke Studio with Blue Chairs & Lamp (from Moving Focus) signed edition of 98
56 x 48 cm
Lithograph on paper
White Lines Dancing... (Signed Edition of 35)
White Lines Dancing... (Signed Edition of 35)
100 x 74 cm
Lithograph on paper
Rampant (Signed Edition of 50)
Rampant (Signed Edition of 50)
97 x 69 cm
Lithograph on paper
Landscape With Plant (Signed Edition of 50)
Landscape With Plant (Signed Edition of 50)
43 x 28 cm
Home made print on paper executed on an office colour copy machine
Apples, Grapes & a Lemon on a Table (Signed Edition of 91)
Apples, Grapes & a Lemon on a Table (Signed Edition of 91)
56 x 44 cm
Home made print on paper executed on an office colour copy machine

David Hockney Biography


David Hockney studied at Bradford School of Art from 1953 to 1957 and the Royal College of Art from 1959 until 1962. He was awarded the Royal College of Art gold medal in 1962 in recognition of his mastery as a draughtsman and his innovative paintings. His early work was stylistically diverse, combining graffiti-like images with quotations from the poetry of Walt Whitman. Hockney moved to Los Angeles in 1963.

He produced highly evocative, sometimes homoerotic, iconic images of urban life. By the late 1960s his work had become more naturalistic but it was always characterised by Hockney’s alertness to the psychological and emotional resonance of his subject matter.

Hockney’s work also includes landscapes, photography, printmaking and stage designs for the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, the Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Opera and the Los Angeles Music Centre Opera. Locations of his recent solo exhibitions include the Royal Academy, Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao (both 2012), and Galerie Lelong, Paris (2013)

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