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David Hockney : a drawing retrospective

Auteur : Ulrich Luckhardt; David Hockney; Paul Melia
Éditeur : San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 1996.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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"David Hockney is perhaps the most widely celebrated artist of recent decades, producing work in almost every medium - painting, drawing, photography, and printmaking - as well as designing critically acclaimed sets for the stage. David Hockney: A Drawing Retrospective brings together for the first time an exciting selection of Hockney's work on paper and in sketchbooks, presenting many drawings that have never been  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Personne nommée : David Hockney; David Hockney
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Ulrich Luckhardt; David Hockney; Paul Melia
ISBN : 0811813142 9780811813143
Numéro OCLC : 33333404
Notes : Exhibition catalog.
Description : 264 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
Contenu : Introduction / Ulrich Luckhardt --
Drawings of David Hockney / Paul Melia --
Early Work, 1954-61 --
Inventions and Artifice, 1962-66 --
Drawing California, 1963-67 --
Lives in Line, 1966-71 --
Still Life, 1970-73 --
Essays in Naturalism, 1972-78 --
Travels with Pen, Pencil and Crayon, 1976-78 --
Staging the New, 1975-82 --
Moving Focus, 1983-89 --
Demonstrations of Versatility, 1991-94.
Responsabilité : Ulrich Luckhardt and Paul Melia.
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"David Hockney is perhaps the most widely celebrated artist of recent decades, producing work in almost every medium - painting, drawing, photography, and printmaking - as well as designing critically acclaimed sets for the stage. David Hockney: A Drawing Retrospective brings together for the first time an exciting selection of Hockney's work on paper and in sketchbooks, presenting many drawings that have never been reproduced before - including several from the artist's personal collection. Spanning his entire career, from 1954 to the present, these images show how drawing lies at the very heart of Hockney's work, a fundamental aspect of his graphic approach to every medium. Among the pieces reproduced here are portraits, landscapes, still lifes, and images of California and the other places Hockney has visited, together with subjects that reveal more personal aspects of the artist's life." "Authoritative essays by Ulrich Luckhardt and Paul Melia, curators of the first major retrospective of Hockney's drawings in fifteen years, examine the artist's skills as a draftsman, presenting a chronological view of his evolving style and technique, and placing the drawings in the context of his work as a whole. Biographical notes and a select bibliography are also included, making David Hockney: A Drawing Retrospective an invaluable source of reference as well as a beguiling and dazzling compendium of drawings by one of the most important artists of the twentieth century."--BOOK JACKET.

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