5 Year Print Market Review 2023

Flowers

This collection traces David Hockney’s fascination with flowers, spanning almost his whole career. Taking tulips, lilies, godetia or daisies as his subject, his careful studies of each flower appear vividly spontaneous in style, yet belie, in their detail, the many hours of carefully observing space and light.

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Pretty Tulips - Signed Print by David Hockney 1969 - MyArtBroker
Pretty Tulips Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Untitled No.516 - Signed Print by David Hockney 2016 - MyArtBroker
Untitled No.516 Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Lillies 1971 - Signed Print by David Hockney 1971 - MyArtBroker
Lillies 1971 Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Untitled No.329 - Signed Print by David Hockney 2010 - MyArtBroker
Untitled No.329 Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Flowers In Double Handed Vase - Signed Print by David Hockney 1986 - MyArtBroker
Flowers In Double Handed Vase Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Black Tulips - Signed Print by David Hockney 1980 - MyArtBroker
Black Tulips Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Peonies In A Glass Vase - Signed Print by David Hockney 1998 - MyArtBroker
Peonies In A Glass Vase Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Sunflowers - Signed Print by David Hockney 2010 - MyArtBroker
Sunflowers Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Untitled No.346 - Signed Print by David Hockney 2010 - MyArtBroker
Untitled No.346 Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Untitled No.468 - Signed Print by David Hockney 2010 - MyArtBroker
Untitled No.468 Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Flowers Made Of Paper And Black Ink - Signed Print by David Hockney 1971 - MyArtBroker
Flowers Made Of Paper And Black Ink Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Potted Daffodils - Signed Print by David Hockney 1980 - MyArtBroker
Potted Daffodils Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Sunflower II - Signed Print by David Hockney 1995 - MyArtBroker
Sunflower II Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Sunflower I - Signed Print by David Hockney 1995 - MyArtBroker
Sunflower I Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Vase And Flowers - Signed Print by David Hockney 1969 - MyArtBroker
Vase And Flowers Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Tulips - Signed Print by David Hockney 1973 - MyArtBroker
Tulips Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Marguerites - Signed Print by David Hockney 1973 - MyArtBroker
Marguerites Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Godetia - Signed Print by David Hockney 1973 - MyArtBroker
Godetia Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Four Flowers In Still Life - Signed Print by David Hockney 1990 - MyArtBroker
Four Flowers In Still Life Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Dandelions - Signed Print by David Hockney 2011 - MyArtBroker
Dandelions Signed Print 
David Hockney

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Meaning & Analysis

Hockney’s fascination with flowers has spanned his entire career, and this series emphasises his explorations into the still-life genre. From the late ’60s to his most recent exhibition of digital paintings the natural world has played an important role in the development of the artist’s unique style.

Flowers have always been an important part of the still life genre, featuring in over the top bouquets in Dutch 17th century paintings or in looser configurations for the subject by modernists such as Matisse, and Hockney’s interest in them appears to be academic as well as aesthetic. Taking tulips, lilies, godetia or daisies as his subject he produces careful studies of each flower, that, appearing as spontaneous and vivid as his sketches, belie the many hours of observation of space and light that have made him the master of optics he is today.

With this collection of works we also see Hockney moving deftly across the various techniques encompassed by the medium of print. From muted lithographs featuring his cross hatching style – which in turn refers back to earlier masters he admired such as Hogarth and Morandi – to more expressionist etchings such as Four Flowers In A Vase, Hockney shows his mastery of print to great effect when depicting flowers. An etching entitled Marguerites sees him taking the medium in another direction, reproducing a watercolour effect to convey the delicacy of these fresh flowers. Later lithographs and intaglios such as Potted Daffodils and Vase and Flowers sees him returning to a darker palette, to inject an almost photorealist style in the case of the former, and, in the latter, a sharp graphic line that recalls some his earlier Illustrations For Fourteen Poems By C.P. Cavafy and Illustrations For Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm.

10 Facts About David Hockney's Flowers

Black Wire Plant by David Hockney

Black Wire Plant © David Hockney, 1998

1. Hockney’s fascination with flowers and nature began in the 1960s.

Hockney’s fascination with flowers has spanned his entire career, and this series emphasises his explorations into the still-life genre. From the late ’60s to his most recent exhibition of digital paintings the natural world has played an important role in the development of the artist’s unique style.

Flowers In Double Handed Vase by David Hockney

Flowers In Double Handed Vase © David Hockney, 1986

2. This series is a testament to Hockney’s engagement with art historical traditions.

Flowers have always been an important part of the still life genre, featuring in over the top bouquets in Dutch 17th century paintings or in looser configurations for the subject by modernists such as Matisse, and Hockney’s interest in them appears to be academic as well as aesthetic.

Vase and Flowers by David Hockney

Vase and Flowers © David Hockney, 1969

3. The Flowers series exhibits Hockney’s unprecedented skill in the medium of print.

With this collection of works we see Hockney moving deftly across the various techniques encompassed by the medium of print. From muted lithographs featuring his cross hatching style – which in turn refers back to earlier masters he admired such as Hogarth and Morandi – to more expressionist etchings such as Four Flowers In A Vase, Hockney shows his mastery of print to great effect when depicting flowers.

Sunflower I by David Hockney

Sunflower I © David Hockney, 1995