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Hockney

David. born 1937, English painter, best known for his etchings, such as those to Cavafy's poems (1966), naturalistic portraits such as Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy (1971), and for paintings of water, swimmers, and swimming pools
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I kept telling myself this is David Hockney, it must be good, but I could not shake off the uncomfortable impression that nothing in the whole collection was any more impressive than paintings I have seen in amateur art club exhibitions at my local library.
David Hockney, 'Woldgate Vista, 27 July 2005', Oil on canvas Image Credit:
The painting was made on a 10 by seven feet canvas, featuring Hockney's ex-boyfriend and muse Peter Schlesinger, dressed in a pink coat, cream-colored trousers and brown shoes, looking down at a semi-naked underwater swimmer who reportedly was a young photographer called John St Clair.
Designed on his iPad and set in Hockney's Yorkshire birthplace, it reflects the Queen's love for, and connection with, the countryside.
David Hockney in front of The Queen's Window, a new stained glass window at Westminster Abbey he designed, is revealed for the first time
David Hockney in front of The Queen's Window, a new stained-glass window at Westminster Abbey he designed, as it is revealed for the first time Picture: VICTORIA JONES
'The Queen's Window' transforms a previously plain glass window into a colourful rural scene inspired by Hockney's native Yorkshire and featuring hawthorn blossom.
Bradford-born Hockney, 81, painted the 10ft by 7ft Portrait of an Artist in 1972 from photos taken in the South of France.
Continue reading "David Hockney's Portrait of the Marriage of Fred and Marcia Weisman" at...
Los Angeles, CA, November 21, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Select works by David Hockney will be on view at the Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art gallery exhibit at Art Miami.
DAVID Hockney said his hearing loss has helped sharpen his painting, giving him an enhanced sense of space and perspective.