David Hockney. 220 for 2020

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A Year in Normandy with David Hockney

From a small, picturesque farmhouse in Normandy's rich fields and meadows, David Hockney followed the changing seasons across 2020 and into the new year. He used his iPad to spontaneously depict impressions of the landscape surrounding him, catching the first spring blossoms, the smell of summer, the saturated colors of autumn, and the stark shapes of dark branches in wintertime.

A short introduction by Hockney reveals how this planned project became a lifeline during the COVID lockdown, from which he spread his message of hope: “Remember they can’t cancel the spring.”

The book is accompanied by a smaller extra volume of ink and watercolor drawings: the complete facsimiles of two sketchbooks from 2019.

Each Masters' Collection edition is for Special Order and is drop-shipped directly to your home address. Contact us for more information.

 

DETAILS:

  • Collector’s Edition (No. 401–2,020), numbered and stamped in Vol. 1.

  • Carbon neutral publisher from Cologne, Germany.

  • Hardcover, 2 volumes in a clamshell box; Vol. 1: 43.6 x 31.2 cm, 236 pages; Vol. 2: 28 x 19.8 cm, 174 pages

  • Edition: English.

 

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