Bigger Trees Near Warter, David Hockney

Art in Yorkshire - supported by Tate, is a year long celebration of the visual arts in 19 galleries throughout Yorkshire. Works from Tate's Collection of historic, modern and contemporary art will be showcased through a compelling programme of exhibitions and events. The largest painting David Hockney has ever created will go on show in Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, concludings a year long tour in the artist’s home town. To create this remarkable, fifty panel painting, Hockney used a combination of traditional techniques and new technology. 

"Bigger Trees Near Warter or/ou Peinture Sur Le Motif Pour Le Nouvel Age Post-Photographique" 2007
Oil on 50 Canvases (36 x 48" Each)
180 x 480" Overall
© David Hockney
Photo Credit: Richard Schmidt
Collection: The Tate Gallery, London

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  • Date: Sat, 1 Oct 2011 - Sun, 4 Mar 2012
  • Location: Cartwright Hall
  • Type: Exhibition
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