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David Hockney, Pool Made with Paper and Blue Ink for Book (MCA Tokyo 234), 1980 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary

b. 1937

David Hockney

A pioneer of the 1960s British movement, David Hockney is one of the most celebrated and prolific artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Endlessly versatile, he has produced acrylic paintings, photo collages, full-scale opera set designs, and digital works created on iPads. Hockney first gained recognition for his semi-abstract paintings of gay love. He moved to California in 1964 and captured his new home in sensual, pastel-hued scenes of uninhibited queer men whose idyllic, sunny backdrops feature swimming pools, palm trees, and light, beautiful homes. Hockney has exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Royal Academy of Arts in London, and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, among many other institutions. On the secondary market, his work has sold for more than $90 million.

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David Hockney, Lithograph of Water Made of Thick and Thin Lines and Two Light Blue Washes, 1978-80 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, Lithograph of Water Made of Thick and Thin Lines and Two Light Blue Washes, 1978-80 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, 220 for 2020 (Complete set of 4), 2020 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, 220 for 2020 (Complete set of 4), 2020 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
Pembroke Studio Interior, from Moving Focus, 1984 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, My Window. Art Edition (No. 1–250), iPad drawing ‘No. 535’, 28th June 2009, 2019 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, My Window. Art Edition (No. 751–1,000), iPad drawing ‘No. 778’, 17th April 2011, 2019 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, My Window. Art Edition (No. 751–1,000), iPad drawing ‘No. 778’, 17th April 2011, 2019 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, A Bigger Book. Art Edition (No. 501–750), 'Untitled, 468', 2010 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, A Bigger Book. Art Edition (No. 501–750), 'Untitled, 468', 2010 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, Office Chair, 1988 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, Office Chair, 1988 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, My Window. iPad drawing ‘No. 281’, 2019 For Sale | Lougher Contemporary David Hockney, My Window. iPad drawing ‘No. 281’, 2019 For Sale | Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, Snow Without Colour, 1973 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, Snow Without Colour, 1973 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, Ink in the Room, from 'Some New Prints', 1993 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, Ink in the Room, from 'Some New Prints', 1993 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, My Pool and Terrace (from Eight by Eight to Celebrate the Temporary Contemporary), 1983 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, My Window, iPad drawing ‘No. 610', 2019 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, My Window, iPad drawing ‘No. 610', 2019 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, Untitled (Still Life with Chair), 1989 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, Untitled (Still Life with Chair), 1989 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, Deux (Second Part), 1991 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, Diptychon, 1989 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, Diptychon, 1989 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary
David Hockney, Hockney's Alphabet, 1991 For Sale - Lougher ContemporaryDavid Hockney, Hockney's Alphabet, 1991 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary

About the artist

British-born David Hockney is a renowned painter and printmaker, best known for his bold, bright and experimental works. Hockney has experimented with a variety of mediums throughout his artistic career. Dabbling in the latest technologies, Hockney has delved into the realm of digital art, even utilising the Brushes application on his iPad to capture his celebrated landscapes.

In the 1980s Hockney launched into manufacturing photocollages. He discovered he could execute evocative pieces using the Polaroid shots he took and went on to create photography works such as My Mother, Bolton Abbey, 1982. Eventually, Hockney decided to return to painting after he found photography to be a limiting medium for his artistic scope.

Hailing from Bradford, Yorkshire, Hockney has explored a lifelong interest in different ‘ways of looking’ through his art, experimenting with a vast array of processes, media and styles in his long and illustrious career.

David Hockney, Bora Bora, 1975 For Sale - Lougher Contemporary

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David Hockney Digital iPad Drawings
David Hockney

David Hockney's iPad Drawings: A Digital Evolution

This embrace of digital technology in the form of iPad drawings has been a revolutionary chapter in Hockney's artistic journey. This article explores the inception, techniques, exhibitions, and mar...