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David Hockney

David Hockney, OM, CH, RA, (born 9 July 1937) is an English painter, draughtsman, printmaker, stage designer and photographer. He is based in Bridlington, Yorkshire, and Kensington, London. Hockney also maintains two residences in Los Angeles, one in Nicholas Canyon, as well as an office and archives on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, the city where he has lived on and off for more than 30 years.

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Aldo Crommelynck - Career
... to Paris, where their atelier attracted the established British artists Richard Hamilton, David Hockney and Howard Hodgkin, as well as several younger American artists Jim Dine, Jasper Johns and David ... In 1976, at Atelier Crommelynck, David Hockney created a portfolio of twenty etchings called The Blue Guitar Etchings By David Hockney Who Was Inspired By Wallace Stevens ...
Celia Birtwell - David Hockney
... She has been a muse for the painter David Hockney since 1968, and features in his 1970 painting Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy, one of Hockney's most celebrated and one of the most viewed paintings in the Tate ...
List Of People With Synesthesia - Synesthetes - David Hockney
... Artist (born July 9, 1937) ... Music → color ...
History Of Painting - Western Painting - 20th-century Modern and Contemporary - Pop Art
... pre-Pop Art Roy Lichtenstein, 1963 Pop Art Andy Warhol 1962, Pop Art (repetition) David Hockney 1967, English Pop Art Earlier in England in 1956 the term Pop Art was used by ... The early works of David Hockney and the works of Richard Hamilton Peter Blake and Eduardo Paolozzi were considered seminal examples in the movement ... Andrew Wyeth, Lucian Freud, Frank Auerbach, Philip Pearlstein, David Park, Nathan Oliveira, David Hockney, Malcolm Morley, Richard Estes, Ralph Goings ...

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