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Brothers Grimm By David Hockney

This exquisite volume features extraordinary etchings by David Hockney RA which re-imagine the stories of the Brothers Grimm for a modern audience. Reprinted here for the first time since its original publication in 1969, Hockney's book brings together some well-known tales - Rapunzel, Rumpelstiltskin - with others that are less familiar.
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Dimensions 15.4 x 21.5 x 1.4cm
Fabric & material Hardback
No. of Pages 72
SKU 02079323

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The fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm according to David Hockney RA are like no other version you will have read before. Although inspired by earlier illustrators of the tales, from Arthur Rackham to Edmund Dulac, Hockney's extraordinary etchings re-imagine these strange and supernatural stories for a modern audience, capturing their distinctive atmosphere in a style that is recognisably the artist's own.

64 pages with 39 illustrations throughout. Hardbound with tipped in illustration on cover.