Anniversary poster with a reprint of the poster from the Louisiana exhibition, David Hockney's Graphic Works, in 1976. David Hockney (b. 1937) is one of Britain's most influential artists of the 20th century and was central to the 60s pop art scene in London. Hockey is very well known among many visitors to Louisiana, where he has exhibited several times.
David Hockney is a master draughtsman in the lineage of the best in art history, and his early graphic works laid the foundations for his artistic work.
Hockney is loved by many for his ability to touch the ordinary - that which the world is mostly made of. He likes to let it float a bit, so that we become involved, because Hockney both offers a motif and that we ourselves get involved in processing the scene.
In 2007, Louisiana acquired David Hockney's giant painting A Closer Grand Canyon, (1998), consisting of 60 smaller canvases assembled into one large picture – a work which has since become an absolute masterpiece in the collection.
Today, David Hockney lives in Normandy, where he constantly experiments with materials and captures local moods with his fantastic line and sure sense of color.
The poster here is one of the anniversary posters reprinted for Louisiana's 60th anniversary in 2018.
Material: The poster is printed on strong, matt paper.
Dimensions: 42 x 59.4 cm
Select a frame to see the poster framed. If the poster is purchased with a frame, we will frame the poster for you.
Frame width: 12 mm
Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.
Please note that a wooden frame is a natural product, so there may be variations in the structure of the wood.