Category Archives: David Hockney

The Wilson and the Ferrieres Collection

When I have to travel to meetings in the UK and have an overnight stay, I try and go to local art galleries and see what is on offer.   I am often somewhat disappointed with the collections.  I suppose I … Continue reading

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Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy by David Hockney

I am, as you probably know by now, fascinated by interpretation and symbolism of paintings.  It fascinates me to read what art experts say about the meaning of certain aspects of a painting and of course in the majority of … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Art Blog, Art display, Art History, David Hockney, English artist, Portraiture | 6 Comments