Prisoner from Amnesty International, 1977 (#56)
Item #: 13470327A
24" x 29"
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Edition of 2000
Original poster designed and created by Hockney for Amnesty International in 1977. Number 56 in Brian Baggott poster catalogue. "Artists for Amnesty", a series of art posters created by 15 world renowned artists to focus on Amnesty International's Prisoners of Conscience Year 1977, was exhibited between February and March of 1977 in the Washington Place windows of New York University's Grey Art Gallery. Condition A- (near mint, very light signs of handling).
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From a splash in a turquoise pool to a drive along a winding canyon road, British artist David Hockney's captivating paintings encapsulate the essence of Southern California. Although predominantly considered a Pop artist, his wildly diverse works are impossible to categorize under one genre reflecting influences of Matisse and Picasso in his use of exuberant acrylic color and strong design. After completing his studies at the Royal College of Art in London, he was attracted to Los Angeles’ free-wheeling West Coast lifestyle and moved his studio there in 1964. The move played a pivotal role in the development of his signature style. Hockney is widely regarded as the foremost British artist of the 20th century.
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