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David Hockney

David Hockney. Painter/ photographer/ printmaker/ drawer/ stage designer/ Draftsman. http://www.tigtail.org/TIG/TVM/B/NAmerican/c. cold war/bachardy-don/bachardy.html. Short Bio… I promise. born in 1937 student in the Royal College of Art

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David Hockney

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  1. David Hockney Painter/ photographer/ printmaker/ drawer/ stage designer/ Draftsman http://www.tigtail.org/TIG/TVM/B/NAmerican/c. cold war/bachardy-don/bachardy.html

  2. Short Bio…I promise • born in 1937 • student in the Royal College of Art • achieved international success by the time he was in his mid-20s • His early paintings, often almost jokey in mood, gained him a reputation of leading Pop artist, although he himself rejected the label • By 1961 he had done his first Tea Paintings and Love Paintings, painted compositions consisting of consumer goods images and psychograms. More than any others, these pictures showed his proximity to Pop Art. • He Taught at University of Iowa, University of Colorado, and the University of California, Berkeley • He’s had numerous exhibitions around the world • In the 1980s he has experimented much with photography, creating what are called joiners http://www.humanitiesweb.org/cgi-bin/human.cgi?s=g&p=c&a=b&ID=232 http://mirror.oir.ucf.edu/wm/paint/auth/hockney/ Pop Art: David Hockney

  3. Hockney, David, The Fourth Love Painting, 1961, Bild, unbekannt, Sammlung Tyler Moore, Mary & Levine, S. Robert

  4. The Second Tea Painting1961Oil on canvas61 x 36 in (155 x 91 cm)Private collection

  5. Man Taking Shower in Beverly Hills1964Acrylic on canvas65 1/2 x 65 1/2 in. (167 x 167 cm)Tate Gallery, London

  6. Portrait of Nick Wilder1966Acrylic on canvas72 x 72 in. (183 x 183 cm)Private collection

  7. A Bigger Splash1967Acrylic on canvas96 x 96 in (243.8 x 243.8 cm)Tate Gallery, London

  8. A Lawn Being Sprinkled1967Acrylic on canvas96 x 96 in. (153 x 153 cm)Collection of Lyn and Norman Lear

  9. Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)1971Acrylic on canvas84 x 120 in. (214 x 304.8 cm)Collection David Geffen

  10. Nichols Canyon1980Acrylic on canvas84 x 60 in. (213.3 x 152.4 cm)Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hedreen

  11. Kasmin Los Angeles 28th March 19821982Composite Polaroid41 3/4 x 29 3/4 in (106 x 75.6 cm)Collection David Hockney

  12. My Mother, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire, Nov. 82 #41982Photographic collage47 1/2 x 27 1/2 in (120.7 x 69.9 cm)Collection David Hockney

  13. Place Furstenberg, Paris, August 7,8,9, 1985 #11985 Photographic collage35 x 31 1/2 in. (88.9 x 80 cm)Collection of the artist

  14. Pearblossom Highway, 11-18th April 1986 #21986Photographic collage78 x 111 in. (198 x 282 cm)Collection the artist

  15. I thought this was just a funny photo.

  16. In 1999 he published a book the “Secret Knowledge”, that tells how the great masters of the past, such as Caravaggio, Velázquez, van Eyck, Holbein, Leonardo and Ingres, got the ultra-lifelike details in their painting using optical devises such as the Camera Obscura and Lucidia

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