David Hockney (2)

All oil on canvas. 

The pictures featured here form part of an exhibition in Germany of David Hockney’s paintings of his native countryside, reviewed here by Michael Prodger. Prodger writes: “He is in the process of redefining East Yorkshire as Hockney Country.”

These paintings can be viewed at Hockney’s “Just Nature” exhibition at the Kunsthalle Wurth, in Schwabisch Hall, Germany, until 27 September 


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