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New David Hockney works just in

Considered as one of the most influential British artists of the 20th Century, David Hockney (b. 1937) inspires artists from around the UK to experiment with different techniques and mediums such as printmaking and using acrylic paints. His work includes portrait and landscape works, blending painting and photography.


What is David Hockney famous for? Well, he is known for his bright, eye-catching modern pop-art, and was a major figure in the pop art movement of the 1960's. Hockney was one of the best draughtsman of his time and gained international success in his mid-20's, leading to his work being exhibited in galleries globally and a stream of one-man shows being held worldwide.


"The joy and urge to draw is an ancient, 40,000 year old impulse". - David Hockney.

Hockney was born in Bradford, July 1937 but has worked and lived in both England and Los Angeles. He attended Bradford School of Art where he featured in the Young Contemporaries exhibition, alongside fellow British artist Peter Blake, and then at the Royal College of Art, where he was awarded a gold medal for etching. After refusing to write an essay required for his final diploma exam (because he was of the opinion that he should be assessed solely on his artwork), the RCA recognised his ever growing reputation and superb talent, changing its practices and awarding him with the diploma.


We have a dozen new David Hockney works including posters, lithographic posters, etching pieces and handmade prints that have just landed at the gallery. Here is a sneak preview of these new pieces, available to view at the gallery right now.


Paintings and Drawings for Parade by David Hockney


Paintings and Drawings for Parade

37.5" (h) x 26.5" (w)

Signed poster

Framed by Exhibit One with museum glass

£3,000





Salts Mill, Saltaire, Yorkshire by David Hockney

Salts Mill, Saltaire, Yorkshire

15" (h) x 39" (w)

Signed poster

Framed by Exhibit One with museum glass

£3,000


Igor Stravinsky: Metropolitan Opera, 1981 by David Hockney


Igor Stravinsky: Metropolitan Opera, 1981

38" (h) x 17" (w)

Original lithographic poster

Framed by Exhibit One with museum glass

£1,950





Parade 1981 by David Hockney


Parade 1981

38" (h) x 24" (w)

Offset lithographic poster

Framed by Exhibit One with museum glass

£1,250




Tristan und Isolde 1987 by David Hockney



Tristan und Isolde 1987

39" (h) x 20" (w)

Offset lithographic poster

Framed by Exhibit One with museum glass

£1,250





Red Square and the Forbidden City from China Diary 1982 by David Hockney

Red Square and the Forbidden City from China Diary 1982

19.5" (h) x 21.3" (w) (Paper size)

Original hand signed, dated and numbered lithograph in colours on Somerset wove paper

Edition of 1000

£7,250


'Dessins et Gravures' for Galerie Claude Bernard 1975 by David Hockney

'Dessins et Gravures' for Galerie Claude Bernard 1975

25" (h) x 17.5" (w)

Offset lithographic poster

Signed and numbered

155 from edition of 450

Framed by Exhibit One with museum glass

£1,500



Little Boodge 1993 by David Hockney

Little Boodge 1993

11" (h) x 16.5" (w)

Offset lithograph

Signed

Framed by Exhibit One with museum glass

£1,500

The Older Rapunzel 1969 by David Hockney

The Older Rapunzel 1969

22cm (h) x 24.5cm (w)

Etching

Signed

Price on Application



The Drooping Plant by David Hockney

The Drooping Plant

11" (h) x 8.5" (w)

Homemade print on 120g Arches rag paper executed on an office colour copy machine

Limited edition of 46

Signed

Framed by Exhibit One with museum glass

Price on Application


Dancing Flowers 1986 by David Hockney

Dancing Flowers 1986

22" (h) x 25.5" (w)

Handmade print in 6 parts, created on an office colour copy machine, an acid-free Xerox paper

Signed, dated and numbered 19/60 in pencil

Published by the artist with his blindstamp

Framed by Exhibit One with museum glass

Price on Application

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