The Artist’s Eye, National Gallery

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The Artist’s Eye, National Gallery


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David Hockney (b.1937)




Offset Lithograph


30 x 20 in. (76 x 51 cm.)


A; not backed


This original poster was produced for The Artist’s Eye at the National Gallery, London in 1981. As Hockney’s contribution, he mimicked Pictures on a Screen, his 1977 painting of famed curator Henry Geldzahler. Pictures on a Screen shows Geldzahler looking at printouts of various artworks by Vermeer, Van Gogh, Degas, and Pierro della Francesca, pinned to a folding screen.

The poster was designed by Gordon House, printed by Rapier Press, Derbyshire and published by The National Gallery, London.

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