David Hockney, born 1937, is an English painter, draughtsman, printmaker, stage designer and photographer. An important contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century.
A truly stunning, rare and large, hand-signed poster of Salts Mill, Saltaire, near Bradford.
Very boldly signed by Hockney in an unnumbered edition for the mill which houses a large permanent collection of his work.
An authorised Hockney print, produced by Salts Mill, for Salts Mill. Printed in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England on 250gsm Novatech, gloss coated paper.
Framed to 72 x 126cm
A gorgeous offset lithographic poster. Produced in 1968, on heavy cream wove paper. Boldly signed by the artist in pencil.
An offset lithographic poster in colours, created for the exhibition 'Hockney Paints the Stage' at the Walker Art Centre, 20 November 1983 - 22 January 1984.
The poster reproduces Hockney's painting 'Ravel's Garden with Night Glow' of 1980 and has been boldly signed in red ink.
We have purchased the piece from the collection of American artist Patrick Eddington. It is referenced in: 'Off the Wall : Hockney Posters', Catalogue No. 114.
The work measures 86.4 x 68.5 cm and has been mounted to museum standards under anti UVA glass.
The upcoming major retrospective of Hockneys work due in the new year is sure to increase interest in the artists work.
Hand-drawn Dachshund and poster
David Hockney drawings are extremely sought after and rarely available with such a popular subject and with such excellent provenance.
Hockney has sketched "Stanley" one of his famous dachshunds within a picture frame hanging on a nail. He has drawn this on the inside front cover of his book 'Off the Wall'. He has also sketched a line connecting this and the facing page, where he has added another frame hanging on a nail around the half title which he has inscribed “for Brian happy birthday. 20th Dec 1996, love David H”.
The Brian referred to in the dedication is Brian Baggott the noted Hockney collector, who wrote the forward to the book and whose collection of posters formed its content.
The whole book has been mounted within a museum grade frame and is beautifully presented. The overall measurement of which is 61 x 45cm