David Hockney Prints

David Hockney is a much-loved British artist who is best known for his landscape paintings from the Yorkshire countryside, as well as Pop Art work from around the 1960s

Some of the Hockney prints available to buy from Art.com include Garrowby Hill and are amongst the finest art currently available from any living artist. You will find more information on the British artist in this website and also opportunities to order copies of his work from approved retailer, Art.com. They have the necessary copyright permissions to reproduce some of the artist's work, which is all on display in their artist gallery, linked to from this page.

Britain has had an improving reputation with in art over the past few centuries having long lagged behind other European countries such as Italy and France. Many living British artists are contributing new ideas right now and Hockney is someone who continues to develop his style and take on new challenges all the time, ensuring his output remains relevant. One example of this would be how his recent exhibition included work created entirely on iPad devices, underlining his desire to try any new avenue of creativity possible.

David Hockney has helped to put Yorkshire on the international map, certainly with in the art world. His stunning landscapes as seen with Garrowby Hill below, have really drawn attention to their respective locations in the English landscape and most are in the artist's county of birth. Besides these, the painter went onto America where he continues to spend much of his time and has produced equally impressive landscape paintings there as well. Hockney was seen as a Pop artist in the early days of his career but actually he held rather expressionist methods at that time too, so it would be wrong to categorise him too strongly. As his career developed the artist became far more than just a painter, though that is what he remains best known for. There have been stage designs, printmaking and sketching that have accompanied his continual oil paintings.

The Valley in Stalheim, featured above, is a lesser known painting from Hockney but also stunning and very much in line with his typical style for landscape scenes, with clear similarities with the likes of Garrowby Hill shown above. The Valley landscape has become a popular choice as a reproduction print, even though it is not particularly prominent with in the artist's career. The colours used by Hockney with in his countryside scenes were always bright and uplifting, exactly the sort of thing that people would want to have hanging in their own homes.

The photograph shown above is the Valley in Stalheim by David Hockney. It is a lesser known painting from Hockney but also stunning and very much in line with his typical style for landscape scenes, with clear similarities with the likes of Garrowby Hill shown above. The Valley landscape has become a popular choice as a reproduction print, even though it is not particularly prominent with in the artist's career. The colours used by Hockney with in his countryside scenes were always bright and uplifting, exactly the sort of thing that people would want to have hanging in their own homes.

There have been untold awards bestowed on Hockney over the years including regional awards as he started to establish himself as an artist, leading all the way up to a Knighthood in 1990 which he eventually chose to turn down. The artist has always held strong opinions and expressed them freely, be it about his love life, his views on smoking or anything else for that matter. An additional political intervention for Hockney was by participating in a letter signed by a host of famous British artists who were protesting at the continued reduction in funding for the arts from Government sources who have also cut many other areas of their expenditure in recent years.

David Hockney has written several books across his career and one of the best known looked into the techniques used by some of the great masters from previous centuries. Studying what has gone before is often a popular pastime for successful artists and Hockney was certainly enthusiastic about doing this. There was a period in his career where Hockney began to create photograph collages which was a very contemporary style which he carried on for several years. Aside from this were elaborate stage sets where he was able to combine sound and colour together in a way which really demonstrated his creative flair.

Hockney was to later become less enthusiastic about the flexibility of photography in his art and so he went back to painting, sometimes with oils as he had began his career, and also sometimes with acrylics which he started to use upon first moving to the United States. Hockney has also become popular across the pond in the United States and has produced a series of paintings there which have also proved popular, taking advantage of the great weather available in Los Angeles, his preferred American base. Several works here are among his best, featuring swimming pools, showers and other apartment settings.

Hockney has grown in confidence as his career has gone on and now regularly attempts works on a very large scale, combining up to 50 canvases together in order to give a truly momentous visual impact when a viewer sees the work in person. One example is a A Bigger Grand Canyon, currently stored in Canberra, Australia. Other recent ones have been based on the English countryside.

David Hockney Prints are covered in this website which details the career, up to now, of famous British artist David Hockney, with a particular attention to his paintings. Many art fans love to buy Hockney prints, either originals or copies and you can do so from our recommended retailer from the link below, which takes you straight to a list of many of his best paintings as prints, art prints, giclee prints and stretched canvases.

Garrowby Hill represents Hockney's colourful style and attraction to his native Yorkshire. Despite working all over the world it is still his favourite place and also his preferred location for producing his paintings which commonly take advantage of natural landscapes whilst other times were of friendly, flattering portraits.

Garrowby Hill

Garrowby Hill offers a winding road making it's way across a sprawling Yorkshire landscape, with bright colours used to create the various natural elements of the painting. Hockney uses a natural artistic license to capture the movement of the road through the countryside with trees lining the side of a road in an imaginative and memorable manner. The detail of the leaves on the trees is one of the parts of the painting which captures the eye and continues to interest you on future viewings of the work.

Hockney was seen as a Pop artist in the early days of his career but actually he held rather expressionist methods at that time too, so it would be wrong to categorise him too strongly. As his career developed the artist became far more than just a painter, though that is what he remains best known for. There have been stage designs, printmaking and sketching that have accompanied his continual oil paintings.

There have been untold awards bestowed on Hockney over the years including regional awards as he started to establish himself as an artist, leading all the way up to a Knighthood in 1990 which he eventually chose to turn down. The artist has always held strong opinions and expressed them freely, be it about his love life, his views on smoking or anything else for that matter.

An additional political intervention for Hockney was by participating in a letter signed by a host of famous British artists who were protesting at the continued reduction in funding for the arts from Government sources who have also cut many other areas of their expenditure in recent years.

Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy

Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy is a good example of how Hockney portraits could offer personal, touching tributes to the artist's chosen models. Here a couple sit with their cat to offer a domestic insight into their lives. The actual print above is a cropped version with detail specifically on the right hand side of the painting, still retaining Mr Clark and Percy together.

Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy is just of a great selection of print reproductions available at Art.com which you can find easily from all of the links provided with in this website. There are varieties of art prints, framed or unframed, plus posters, sketches, canvas prints and many more. Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy is a charming painting and remains amongst the more popular of his portraits, feeling distinctly personal and allowing us to connect with the models.

Bigger Splash

Bigger Splash

Bigger Grand Canyon

Bigger Grand Canyon

Malibu

Malibu

Nichols Canyon

Nichols Canyon

Mulholland Drive

Mulholland Drive is one of the best known Hockney landscapes and you can see that above. Art.com offer this as a print reproduction in their store, so feel free to click through if you like this particular art work. The full name of this painting was Mulholland Drive: The Road to the Studio.

Garrowby Hill represents Hockney's colourful style and attraction to his native Yorkshire. Despite working all over the world it is still his favourite place and also his preferred location for producing his paintings which commonly take advantage of natural landscapes whilst other times were of friendly, flattering portraits.

Famous David Hockney Paintings

  • Garrowby Hill
  • Nichols Canyon
  • Bigger Splash
  • Pearblossom Highway
  • Man Taking Shower
  • Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy
  • Malibu
  • Bigger Grand Canyon
  • Mulholland Drive