David Hockney Portraits
HardieGrantBooks, Australia, 206. Hardcover, 256 pages, 225mm x 275mm.
Book condition; mint.
Dustjacket condition; mint. as new - still in shrink wrap.
Members price: £45.00
Sarah Howgate, Barbara Stern Shapiro,Mark Glazebrook, Edmund White, and Marco Livingstone
David Hockney is one of the most significant artists exploring and pushing the boundaries of figurative art today. He has been engaged with portraiture since his teenage years, when he painted Portrait of My Father (1955), and portraits of family, lovers, friends and well-known subjects represent an intimate visual diary of the artist's life. This authoritative new study examines Hockney's portraits in all media - painting, drawing, photocollage and prints - and is produced in close collaboration with the artist. Together, the authors reveal how Hockney's creative development and concerns about representation can be traced through his portrait work: from his iconic double portraits of the late 1960s and early 1970s to his cubist-influenced investigations of the 1980s and from his recent camera lucida drawings to his return to painting from life in oils. Featuring over 250 works from the past fifty years, David Hockney Portraits illustrates not only the range and innovation of his creative practice but also the circular nature of his subjects and artistic pre-occupations.
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