DAVID HOCKNEY 1969 EXHIBITION POSTER, FRAMED
Caviar20 loves pieces like one. Besides its great palette and decorative presence, it is dense with interesting design and art history references.
The image was created during Hockney's most sought after and important creative period; when he decamped to California in the late 1960's and painted his cherished "Splash" paintings.
Of course we love icons referencing other icons - here Hockney is tipping his hat to Le Corbusier another 20th century heavyweight.
And the inclusion of the exhibition location, at the Andre Emmerich Gallery, is yet another avenue to explore.
Emmerich was one of the leading and most influential post-war New York gallerists.
He shaped the careers of numerous artists including Helen Frankenthaler, Jack Bush, Kenneth Noland and Anthony Caro to mention a few.
Finally, London's Petersburg Press has printed the multiples and graphics for David Hockney for over 40 years.
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New black wood frame by Caviar20.
Offset lithograph poster.
39"H 28"W 1"D (framed)