David Hockney: Drawing from Life

Sarah Howgate (Text by (Art/Photo Books)) David Hockney (Artist)
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Product Details

Price
$45.00  $41.40
Publisher
National Portrait Gallery
Publish Date
April 28, 2020
Pages
208
Dimensions
10.1 X 1.0 X 10.9 inches | 3.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781855147973

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About the Author

David Hockney (born July 9, 1937) is an English painter, draftsman, printmaker, stage designer, and photographer. He first emerged in the early 1960s during the height of British pop, then moved to Los Angeles in 1964, where he famously painted a series of swimming pools. Alongside the classic genres of portraiture and landscape, he always kept evolving his art, using technologies such as Polaroids, photocopiers and fax machines, digital video, or the iPhone and iPad as tools for his painting. Since his first big survey exhibition, which in 1970 traveled Europe from the Whitechapel Gallery in London, he has been one of the most widely shown and popular artists of our time.

Reviews

From joyful sketches of old friends to a nude meeting with Picasso - when Hockney wields his pencil we see the undisguised truth--Jonathan Jones "Guardian"
The history of Hockney and his lifelong life-drawing itch, pursued now over seven decades.--Michael Glover "Hyperallergic"
A stunning overview of [Hockney's] drawings from the late 1950s to the present day.--Ken Scrudato "Blackbook"
The artist's dearest friends and family are the focus of an unusual and unmissable retrospective of works on paper--Jackie Wullschlรคger "Financial Times"
David Hockney Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery Shines Light on an Artist's Life--Chris Jenkins "Arts and Collections"
as intimate as it gets, and barely a swimming pool in sight.--Alastair Sooke "Telegraph"
A touching, intimate look at one of the nation's best artists.--Eddy Frankel "Time Out London"
The story of an artist in evolution.--Tabish Khan "Londonist"