Planned originally as a follow-on from earlier series of spring pictures from West Yorkshire, Hockney's new exhibition displays a collection of over 100 iPad drawings printed large scale on paper. Photo: David Hockney, No. 133, 23rd March 2020 iPad painting © David Hockney
David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020, Royal Academy, 23rd May to 26th September
As lockdowns were imposed across the world last spring, the painter David Hockney found himself, in Normandy, “in a house, in the middle of a four-acre field full of fruit trees. I could concentrate on one thing, I did at least one drawing a day with the constant changes going on, all around the house.” Planned originally as a follow-on from an earlier series of spring pictures from West Yorkshire, the exhibition displays a collection of over 100 iPad drawings printed large scale…
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