David Hockney Royal Academy exhibition gallery
View a selection of works from the artist's 2012 exhibition
For the past decade, David Hockney has barely missed a moment of the changing seasons in his native East Yorkshire around Bridlington. As his latest landscapes go on show at the Royal Academy we take you through some of the highlights of the exhibition, from multi-panel paintings and film installations to iPad drawings. In our slideshow, we also have exclusive photographs taken at various sites close to where he painted, a trail which you can follow this Spring by downloading a map from www.yorkshire.com/hockney.
‘The Road across the Wolds’, 1997
David Hockney Royal Academy exhibition slideshow
Music: 'The Magic Flute', K.620: Overture by The London Philharmonic Orchestra and David Parry.
Should produce a book or monthly magazine on how to paint an iPad2 picture in stages. Serves two purposes: The first to teach people the art and the second to turn it into a business venture.
The Hockney exhibition at the Royal Academy takes your breath away! What a remarkable exhibition...drawings, paintings, ipad drawings, 18 camera high def. films. It hard to imagine that one artist can do all of this.