Hodgkin: A Life in Portraits

Portraiture was a central preoccupation in Howard Hodgkin’s work, though this aspect of his painting is continually overlooked and unacknowledged. Over the course of a career spanning more than six decades, Hodgkin remained committed to the representation of people, and was arguably one of the late twentieth century’s greatest portraitists.

Discover the development of Hodgkin’s approach to portraiture in this gallery of works from the exhibition.