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David Hockney (1937-)

David Hockney (1937-) trained at Bradford College of Art, and then the Royal College, London, where his painting began to attract the attention of critics and collectors. He was associated with the Pop Art movement and in his experimentation with different styles, he showed great originality. His print-making career took off after he visited California when he worked at the studios of Gemini GEL in making remarkable etchings and lithographs, including a set of 39 prints inspired by the magical yet gruesome fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm.Born and brought up in Bradford the fourth of five children, he now divides his time between London and California. He has however, never forgotten his ties with Yorkshire and has spent time living in Bridlington on the coast. The largest permanent Collection of David Hockney’s artworks are in Salts Mill, a renovated industrial mill in the village of Saltaire, a UNESCO World Heritage Site not far


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