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Two Pembroke Studio Chairs by David Hockney

Two Pembroke Studio Chairs by David Hockney

Clifton Gallery

Colour Lithograph


Edition Size: 98

Sheet Size: 48 x 55.9 cm


Condition: Excellent

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Two Pembroke Studio Chairs

A striking original lithograph from Hockney’s popular The Moving Focus series with Cubist influences. Hockney depicts his studio interior with varying perspectives, shadows, views and angles to create this dynamic and captivating print. Moving Focus is Hockney’s largest series of colour lithographs, experimental and bold for their time, and widely celebrated.

Colour lithograph on HMP handmade paper, 1984.

Signed, dated and numbered in pencil by Hockney.

Edition of 98.

Pubslished by Tyler Graphics, New York.

48 x 55.9 cm.


David Hockney, born in 1937, is a prolific 20th-century British artist renowned for his diverse exploration of painting, printmaking, drawing, videography, and digital art. His iconic style, marked by warmth and vibrant colors, delves into still life, portraits, landscapes, and personal themes like sexuality. In 2018, his “Portrait of an Artist” set a record, selling for $90 million.



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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