$35,000-$60,000 Value Indicator
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Format: Signed Print
Size: H 43cm x W 47cm
Edition size: 35
The value of David Hockney's Dog Etching No. 13 is estimated to be worth between £19,000 to £29,000. This unique etching, signed by the artist himself, has only been sold once at auction to date in the United Kingdom. The hammer price was £16,000 in September 2023. The seller saw a rewarding return of £13,600 from the sale. Despite its recent introduction to the auction market in 2023, this artwork from 1998 has garnered significant attention. The edition size of this artwork is limited to just 35, making it a highly sought-after piece for collectors and art enthusiasts alike.
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|September 2023||Christie's London - United Kingdom||Dog Etching No. 13 - Signed Print|
Dog Etching No. 13 (1998) is a signed print by David Hockney representing a particular example of the personal subject matter that defines his paintings and portraits. Known for his preference to portray family members, lovers or close friends instead of strangers, Hockney created art that, in many ways, unveils deeply intimate dimensions of his personal experience and lifelong relationships. Dog Etching No. 13 depicts a folded piece of paper with the image of a sausage dog depicted on the front side. The motive of an artwork within an artwork has been used recurrently by Hockney to comment on his own creative identity. Accompanied by a human hand emerging uncannily from the bottom of the print, the image of the folded piece of paper serves as a metaphor of the artist’s act of scrutinising the medium’s capacity to preserve his personal world.