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David Hockney: French Shop - Signed Print
French Shop Signed Print 
David Hockney

£7,000-£9,000 Guide

AUD10,000-AUD15,000 Guide

CAD10,000-CAD15,000 Guide

CNY50,000-CNY70,000 Guide

8,000-10,000 Guide

HKD60,000-HKD80,000 Guide

¥1,090,000-¥1,400,000 Guide

$8,000-$10,000 Guide

David Hockney: Mexican Hotel Garden - Signed Print
Mexican Hotel Garden Signed Print 
David Hockney

£10,000-£15,000 Guide

AUD15,000-AUD25,000 Guide

CAD15,000-CAD20,000 Guide

CNY80,000-CNY120,000 Guide

10,000-15,000 Guide

HKD90,000-HKD130,000 Guide

¥1,560,000-¥2,330,000 Guide

$10,000-$15,000 Guide

David Hockney: Sofa 8501 Hedges Place - Signed Print
Sofa 8501 Hedges Place Signed Print 
David Hockney

£10,000-£15,000 Guide

AUD15,000-AUD25,000 Guide

CAD15,000-CAD20,000 Guide

CNY80,000-CNY120,000 Guide

10,000-15,000 Guide

HKD90,000-HKD130,000 Guide

¥1,560,000-¥2,330,000 Guide

$10,000-$15,000 Guide

David Hockney: Views Of Hotel Well III - Signed Print
Views Of Hotel Well III Signed Print 
David Hockney

£90,000-£140,000 Guide

AUD150,000-AUD230,000 Guide

CAD130,000-CAD210,000 Guide

CNY700,000-CNY1,080,000 Guide

100,000-160,000 Guide

HKD770,000-HKD1,190,000 Guide

¥14,000,000-¥21,780,000 Guide

$100,000-$150,000 Guide

David Hockney: View Of Hotel Well II - Signed Print
View Of Hotel Well II Signed Print 
David Hockney

£70,000-£100,000 Guide

AUD120,000-AUD170,000 Guide

CAD100,000-CAD150,000 Guide

CNY540,000-CNY770,000 Guide

80,000-110,000 Guide

HKD600,000-HKD850,000 Guide

¥10,890,000-¥15,560,000 Guide

$80,000-$110,000 Guide

David Hockney: The Studio, March 28th 1985 - Signed Print
The Studio, March 28th 1985 Signed Print 
David Hockney

£10,000-£15,000 Guide

AUD15,000-AUD25,000 Guide

CAD15,000-CAD20,000 Guide

CNY80,000-CNY120,000 Guide

10,000-15,000 Guide

HKD90,000-HKD130,000 Guide

¥1,560,000-¥2,330,000 Guide

$10,000-$15,000 Guide

David Hockney: Rue De Seine - Signed Print
Rue De Seine Signed Print 
David Hockney

£70,000-£90,000 Guide

AUD120,000-AUD150,000 Guide

CAD100,000-CAD130,000 Guide

CNY540,000-CNY700,000 Guide

80,000-100,000 Guide

HKD600,000-HKD770,000 Guide

¥10,890,000-¥14,000,000 Guide

$80,000-$100,000 Guide

David Hockney: Home - Signed Print
Home Signed Print 
David Hockney

£25,000-£35,000 Guide

AUD40,000-AUD60,000 Guide

CAD35,000-CAD50,000 Guide

CNY190,000-CNY270,000 Guide

30,000-40,000 Guide

HKD210,000-HKD300,000 Guide

¥3,890,000-¥5,440,000 Guide

$25,000-$40,000 Guide

David Hockney: Caribbean Tea Time - Signed Print
Caribbean Tea Time Signed Print 
David Hockney

£110,000-£180,000 Guide

AUD180,000-AUD300,000 Guide

CAD160,000-CAD270,000 Guide

CNY850,000-CNY1,390,000 Guide

120,000-200,000 Guide

HKD940,000-HKD1,530,000 Guide

¥17,110,000-¥28,000,000 Guide

$120,000-$200,000 Guide

David Hockney: Cushions - Signed Print
Cushions Signed Print 
David Hockney

£15,000-£20,000 Guide

AUD25,000-AUD35,000 Guide

CAD20,000-CAD30,000 Guide

CNY120,000-CNY150,000 Guide

15,000-20,000 Guide

HKD130,000-HKD170,000 Guide

¥2,330,000-¥3,110,000 Guide

$15,000-$20,000 Guide

David Hockney: Views Of Hotel Well I - Signed Print
Views Of Hotel Well I Signed Print 
David Hockney

£110,000-£230,000 Guide

AUD180,000-AUD380,000 Guide

CAD160,000-CAD340,000 Guide

CNY850,000-CNY1,780,000 Guide

120,000-260,000 Guide

HKD940,000-HKD1,960,000 Guide

¥17,110,000-¥35,780,000 Guide

$120,000-$250,000 Guide

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Critical Review

While best known for his portraits and landscapes, Hockney’s Interiors and Exteriors shows his attention to detail when it comes to surroundings. This is an artist who knows the value of a well positioned chair or vase, the importance of a window or the drapery of a curtain to a composition. Some of Hockney's most masterful portraits are held together by his talent for recreating beautiful rooms.

With works such as Contrejour In The French Style and Home we see these interiors stripped of their sitters, their light and proportions taking centre stage as the artist lovingly reproduces object and ornament to charming effect. Whether it's a parquet floor, the slats of wooden shutters, the iron railings of a balcony or exquisitely detailed wallpaper, Hockney lavishes as much attention on these features as he would those of a sitter. Even when his interiors are more minimal, as in the case of Sofa 8501 Hedges Place we are treated to a devotion to light and shadow that infuses the work with hidden depth and recalls Durer’s classic studies of pillows.

Many of Hockney’s interiors are depicted from the perspective of one looking out from within and this is clearly seen in prints such as Mexican Hotel Garden and Views Of Hotel Well I where the artist appears to be sat under a kind of porch looking at an enclosed courtyard that we recognise from the series Moving Focus. Here the simplicity of the wooden structure is contrasted with the overflowing excess of the tropical plants. Overall there is a sense of generosity in the two works, thanks to the wide lens perspective that places the viewer directly in the artist’s shoes, looking out at the scene. With works such as Caribbean Tea Time Paravent, we see Hockney taking this blend of inside and outside further. Here he combines multiple viewpoints, as we have seen him do in his photo collages to create an almost Cubist effect, presenting us with tables and chairs, archways and plants as well as what could be a swimming pool or pond on the left hand side. As well as challenging the norms of composition here Hockney subverts tradition once again by presenting the print on a paravent, or screen, transforming the scene to become part of another interior entirely.

Hockney’s work also pays close attention to exterior architecture, whether through the low pastel coloured modernist buildings of LA or the looming skyscrapers of New York, as seen in A Rake’s Progress. In works such as French Shop we see him depicting a classically European building with its plain plaster facade in a very precise, almost illustrative, style. He incorporates the shop’s sign, evoking A Rake’s Progress again where lettering is combined with his talent for draughtsmanship to great effect.