David Hockney Respective

David Hockney London Tate Britain - Going Up Garrowby Hill, 2000. Photograph: © David Hockney/Tate

David Hockney Retrospective – a look at 60 years of work, on display at the Tate Britain in London.

With Hockney being a prolific painter and the last show being nearly 30 years ago, there will be a wealth of art on display from well know paintings to recent pieces drawn on iPads and iPhones.

David Hockney London Tate Britain - Peter Getting Out of Nick’s Pool, 1966

Image Source: Peter Getting Out of Nick’s Pool, 1966 – David Hockney

The Queen and Prince Philip on The Spirit of Chartwell in the rain at the Thames River Pageant on Sunday 3 June 2012 by David Hockney - title "The End Of The Regatta" June 2012 Mail On Sunday exclusive

Image Source: The End Of The Regatta – David Hockney

The above drawing was given to the Queen to place within the Royal Collection. Hockney drew the picture on an iPad whilst watching TV of the Queen and Prince Philip on The Spirit of Chartwell at the Thames River Pageant.

David Hockney London Tate Britain - Going Up Garrowby Hill, 2000 Photograph: © David Hockney/Tate

Image SourceGoing Up Garrowby Hill, 2000. Photograph: David Hockney/Tate

David Hockney London Tate Britain - Going Up Garrowby Hill, 2000. Photograph: © David Hockney/Tate

Image SourcePortrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures), 1972. Photograph: Art Gallery of New South Wales/Jenni Carter/David Hockney


David Hockney –

Just because I’m cheeky, doesn’t mean I’m not serious

 

If you’re looking to see David Hockney Retrospective at the Tate Britain it will be showing until 29th May 2017, when it will then be taken to the Centre Pompidou in Paris and then the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Main Image Source: Peter Getting Out of Nick’s Pool, 1966 – David Hockney