David Hockney 'Arrival Of Spring' Reproduction Print
This poster is of the monumental oil painting on 32 canvasses, The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire, 2011 (twenty eleven). The painting forms one part of a 52-part work by David Hockney RA and has an additional 3.5cm white border.
|Dimensions||52.3 x 128cm|
|Fabric & material||Paper|
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David Hockney, OM CH RA (born 9 July 1937 studied at Bradford School of Art from 1953 to 1957 and the Royal College of Art from 1959 until 1962. He was awarded the Royal College of Art gold medal in 1962 in recognition of his mastery as a draughtsman and his innovative paintings.
In the last decade Hockney has returned to painting in the open air, observing with honesty and intensity the scenery remembered from school holidays spent in East Yorkshire. These works convey the drama and splendour of nature and the pathos of our relationship with it, an age-old subject treated by Hockney with a modern eye, often informed by his interest in photography and digital media. The light fast inks are always used for the printing process but exposure to direct sunlight for extended periods of time can cause inks to fade. We recommend you do not to hang in direct sunlight