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Two Pembroke Studio Chairs by David Hockney

Two Pembroke Studio Chairs
by David Hockney

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1984

Prints

Colour Lithograph

Edition Size: Edition: Artists proof numbered IX/XVIII. (there was also a signed and numbered edition of 98 proofs)

Image Size: 495 x 400 mms (Image size) cm

Sheet Size: 560 x 470 mms (Paper size); cm

Reference: Reference: Tokyo Collection 264

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Condition: Excellent

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David Hockney (Born 1937)

 Title:  Two Pembroke Studio Chairs (s.9153)

Medium: Original Lithograph in 4 colours, 1984,  on HMP handmade paper (framed). Signed, dated (1984) , with publishers blindstamp below right.

Edition: Artists proof numbered IX/XVIII. (there was also a signed and numbered edition of 98 proofs)

Published by: Tyler Graphics

Public Collections: Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

Tate Gallery, London, presented by the artist in 1993, Reference P20103 https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/hockney-two-pembroke-studio-chairs-p20103

David Hockney Foundation: https://thedavidhockneyfoundation.org/artwork/1670

Size: 560 x 470 mms (Paper size); 495 x 400 mms (Image size)

Note: This was part of the “Moving Focus” series which was a portfolio of 26 Lithographs – sometimes combined with etching, screen printing or collage – using a new method introduced to him by Ken Tyler that involved layering transparent Mylar sheets to plan an image’s colour registration. Hockney’s fascination with cubism, explored in his photographic collages, was at play in his experimentation with perspective. The series was diverse in size, technique and colour. It was united, however, in the originality of design and perspective.

Provenance: We have a copy of the transfer document from David Hockney dated 10/10/90 , from his address in Santa Monica, California, addressed to Mr & Mrs Stead. We also have a written statement by Sue Stead dated 18/12/2019 stating that Mrs Stead worked for Paul Hockney, David Hockney’s brother,  and that the present piece was given to her by Paul as part of a redundancy payment.

Reference: Tokyo Collection 264

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