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Win this stunning and exclusive piece!

David Hockney (1937) after ,
6 color offset lithographs on Fabriano Cotton Privilege paper

The round plate, Rain (from Weather Series), The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire in 2011, Mist (from the Weather series), Sunflowers, Snow without color (from Weather Series).

About David Hockney

Born in Bradford in 1937, Hockney was one of the big artists involved in the pop art movement in the 1960s. He is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century.

Additional details:

  • Numbered on 200
  • Limited edition
  • Signature printed in the plate
  • Size : 50 x 38 cm,
  • Dry stamp of the Société de la propriété artistique des dessins et modèles (SPADEM)
Donated by
A Friend of Amnesty International UK

Item #P93605

  • In condition as donated.
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