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Sir Howard Hodgkin was born in 1932 and was educated at Bryanston School and at the Camberwell Art School and later at the Bath Academy of Art in Corsham. His first solo show was in London in 1962.
Hodgkin himself has said that he makes "representational pictures of emotional situations".
His prints are hand-painted etchings and he has worked with the same master printer (Jack Shirreff) for the last 25 years.
In 1984, Hodgkin represented Britain at the Venice Biennale, in 1985 he won the Turner Prize, and in 1992 he was knighted. In 2003 he was appointed by Queen Elizabeth II as a Companion of Honour. A major exhibition of his work was held at Tate Britain, London, in 2006.

Artworks

Hodgkin - Moonlight

Moonlight

1980

Lithograph with hand colouring

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Hodgkin - Red Palm

Red Palm

1986-87

Lithograph with hand colouring

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Hodgkin - Put more flags out now

Put more flags out now

1992

Etching with aquatint

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Hodgkin - Mango

Mango

1990-91

Hand coloured etching and carborundum

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Hodgkin - Green Room

Green Room

1986

Aquatint with hand colouring

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Hodgkin - Eye

Eye

2000

Hand coloured etching with carborundum

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