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Hock·ney

 (hŏk′nē), David Born 1937.
British painter, printmaker, photographer, and stage designer who emerged as a leader of the pop art movement of the 1960s. His often autobiographical paintings are characterized by flat, simple forms and a sense of open space and light.

Hockney

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(Biography) David. born 1937, English painter, best known for his etchings, such as those to Cavafy's poems (1966), naturalistic portraits such as Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy (1971), and for paintings of water, swimmers, and swimming pools

Hock•ney

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n.
David, born 1937, British artist.
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Francis Matthew Schutz in his Bed, 1755-1760 by William Hogarth, Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service My Parents, 1977, by David Hockney, David Hockney Collection, Tate, London, 2012
Hockney, David. Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters New York: Viking Studio, 2001
``For Burberry Prorsum I took inspiration from the Yorkshire countryside and worked with the idea of taking some of our British characters, such as MickJagger, David Hockney, David Bailey, Marianne Faithful, Penelope Tree and Twiggy and combining their aesthetic with Burberry's traditional culture.