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Andre Emmerich Gallery 1969 (Corbusier Chair and Rug 1969) by David Hockney

Andre Emmerich Gallery 1969 (Corbusier Chair and Rug 1969) by David Hockney

Petersburg Press

Offset Lithograph

1969

Edition Size: Limited run

Sheet Size: 36 x 26 inches

Unsigned

Condition: Excellent

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Shading in bright turquoise above a Southwestern style thunderbird Kilim rug adorns this original exhibition poster for David Hockney’s 1969 show at Andre Emmerich, New York. This poster is based on Hockney’s 1969 colored pencil drawing entitled “Corbusier Chair and Rug.” Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier, is considered a pioneer of modern architecture, and the clean lines of his eponymous armchair complement the organic geometry of the Kilim rug. This vintage poster was designed by the artist in our studio. and comes directly from our Petersburg Press archive. It is not pre-owned.

Hockney has been an avid portraitist throughout his career, drawing and painting subjects ranging from his mother and Celia Birtwell, his muse over many decades, to art dealer Larry Gagosian and artist John Baldessari. He often depicted his models seated relaxed in an armchair, though here, the chair is empty, rich with the possibility of the next sitter.

$295.00

The Artist

David Hockney

Born in Bradford England on the 9th July 1937 David Hockney was interested in art from a very early age, and was an admirer of Fragonard, Picasso and Matisse. The fifth of six children his parents encouraged his artistic experimentation. He went to the Bradford College of Art 1953-57. To fulfil his national service, he worked in hospitals as he was a conscientious objector to war. Then in 1959 he was accepted into the Royal College of Art, Graduate school in London.

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