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My Window

My Window
Signed Print

David Hockney

Digital Print
Signed Print Edition of 250
H 56cm x W 43cm

Critical Review

This digital drawing, released in an edition of 250, depicts a vase of bright, luscious pink flowers, perched on a windowsill. The ‘painted’ strokes and pixelated brush effect reveal that this has not been conventionally painted, but painted digitally, every movement of the artist’s hand visible. Hockney’s explorations into digital art began back in 1985, working with an early computer program, Quantel Paintbox. This exploration of the potentialities of digital technologies continued as Hockney took up his iPhone in 2007, then the iPad and stylus in 2010. Taken as a whole, Hockney’s digital works document the passing of time: changing seasons as witnessed from his window, as well as technological developments as equipment becomes more advanced and sleeker. This edition, My Window, documents the coming of Spring as flowers bloom brilliantly.