David Hockney 'Road Across The Wolds' Mini Print
Be transported to the beautiful Yorkshire countryside with this bright and vivid mini print. The striking image captured by David Hockney RA depicts his view as he travelled daily from his mother's home in Bridlington, East Yorkshire to that of his life-long friend, the late Jonathon Silver in Wetherby, West Yorkshire.
In the Press
Observer Magazine, The Observer, 1 December 2019
|Dimensions||35.5 x 28cm|
|Fabric & material||Card|
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The Road Across The Wolds is one of two mini prints produced to accompany the landmark exhibition David Hockney: A Bigger Picture held at the Royal Academy of Arts, London in 2012.
The mini print features a 5.5cm white border and fits our 28cm x 35cm frames.