Used; Like New/Used; Like New. Pair of original works by Hockney, each archivally framed under UV plexi in contemporary wood frames measuring each 18.5 x 12.5 inches.Â Both works originally from the collection of John Simon, friend and former chef of the artist, and sold together with a letter of provenance from the collector who acquired them from Simon, also sold together with a copy a 2014 Christie's evaluation of the works.Â UNTITLED.Â Ink on xerographed paper.Â 17 by 11 inches. [ca. 1986] A large xerographed illustration on Parsons Linen Ledger, embellished with black and yellow ink.LOVE FROM.Â Ink on xerographed paper. Â 12 5/8 by 8 1/2 inches. Â [ca. 1986]Â A sheet of paper heavily painted with black ink wash, leaving behind partial areas of white space resembling the fronds of palm trees. Inscription, signature, and date "1990" xerographically printed along lower margin.David Hockney is one of the most popular British artists of the 20th century. Â InstantlyÂ recognizableÂ with his trademark circular glasses andÂ exuberant personality, Hockney is also one of the most versatile artists, being successful as a painter, photographer, printmaker, stage designer and a draughtsman.Â Hockney has always embraced the technology of his time. In 1986, he made the present works as part of a series experimenting with Xerox machines and in 2012 the Royal Academy in London held a solo exhibition of large-scale paintings that the artistÂ produced with the help of an iPad.Â
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