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David Hockney (b.1937)
at Winwood Gallery

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According to prescriptions of ancient magicians
 David Hockney 

According to prescriptions of ancient magicians - click to enlarge

Beautiful and white flowers
 David Hockney 

Beautiful and white flowers - click to enlarge

Dog Wall (9)
 David Hockney 

Dog Wall (9) - click to enlarge

Gretchen and the Snurl
 David Hockney 

Gretchen and the Snurl - click to enlarge

He enquired after the quality
 David Hockney 

He enquired after the quality - click to enlarge

In despair
 David Hockney 

In despair - click to enlarge

In the dull village
 David Hockney 

In the dull village - click to enlarge

One night
 David Hockney 

One night - click to enlarge

Peter Schlesinger
 David Hockney 

Peter Schlesinger - click to enlarge

Slightly damaged chair
 David Hockney 

Slightly damaged chair - click to enlarge

Snow without colour
 David Hockney 

Snow without colour - click to enlarge

The Beginning
 David Hockney 

The Beginning - click to enlarge

The shop window of a tobacco store
 David Hockney 

The shop window of a tobacco store - click to enlarge

To remain
 David Hockney 

To remain - click to enlarge
  

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Biography

David Hockney was born in Bradford in 1932. Hockney studied at Bradford School of Art and then at the Royal College of Art. Whilst at the Royal College of Art Hockney met R. B. Kitaj and Allen Jones and became a key figure in the British Pop Art movement.
Hockney's achievments as a painter and printmaker have guaranteed him a place as one of Britain's most important post-war artists. David Hockney has exhibited worldwide and his work is in all major collections of 20th Century and contemporary art.
David Hockney continues to work from his home in Los Angeles where his has lived since 1978.

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