I like how he made it more fake looking and look like tile. By: David Hockney

David Hockney

On a drive down Nichols Canyon Road the other day, all I could think about were 1) how beautiful and cool it was and 2) this painting by David Hockney (Nichols Canyon, 1980)

David Hockney - Nichols Canyon Hockney is constantly reinventing himself. His Nichols Canyon is like a Fauvist take on the flattened perspective landscapes of Renaissance painters.

David Hockney, Sun I enjoy his more sketchy marks in this piece, and how he conveyed the light coming through the window. The shadows and the slats in the shutter/door behind the table and plant are nice, and the marks used to achieve this is effective.

Hockney, David British, born 1937 Sun 1973 lithograph (aluminum and stone) and screenprint on Arjomari paper

David Hockney: Rain on the Studio Window (2009). Courtesy of David Hockney

David Hockney: the poets that make me paint

David Hockney - Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy 1971 (130 Kb); Acrylic on canvas, 304 x 213 cm (120 x 84 in)

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