Spring Cannot be Cancelled: David Hockney in Normandy
Lockdown for David Hockney meant the 82-year-old artist could devote more time to his work in La Grand Cour, his tranquil Normandy farmhouse where he set up a studio in time for the arrival of Spring.
This book covers that period of time, which was recorded by Hockney's good friend and author Martin Gayford and includes discussions they had about life, art, nature and music. These conversations are accompanied by unpublished iPad drawings and paintings by the artist.
|Author||Martin Gayford, David Hockney|
|Publisher||Thames and Hudson|
|Dimensions||16.26 cm x 3.56 cm x 23.62 cm|
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