An Exhibit Of Costumes David Hockney

Signed Print

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  • Medium: Lithograph
  • Format: Signed Print
  • Year: 1981
  • Size: H 76cm x W 97cm
  • Framing details: Not framed
  • Signed: Yes

This 1981 signed lithograph by British artist David Hockney is part of the artist’s Hockney And The Stage series. Depicting characters from Stravinsky’s opera, The Rake’s Progress — a tale first told by Hogarth which, just 12 years earlier, Hockney had immortalised in his print series of the same name — it is a poster for an exhibition of Hockney’s costume drawings and set designs, held at Oxford’s world-famous Ashmolean Museum in May and June of 1981.  

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