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David Hockney, English, b. 1937
Hockney created subtle drawings and masterly prints, in which, in some cases, he combined varying printing techniques. He was also active in stage design and photography. Hockney's large body of graphic work, concentrating on etching and lithography, in itself assured him an important place in modern British art, and in series inspired by literary sources such as Illustrations for Fourteen Poems from C. P. Cavafy, Illustrations for Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm and The Blue Guitar, he did much to revive the tradition of the livre d'artiste.

Artworks

Hockney - Artcurial Poster

Artcurial Poster

1973

Offset lithograph

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Hockney - The Wave

The Wave

1990

Lithograph

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