original prints, signed lithographs and etchings
Here’s our current collection of David Hockney prints. We offer a curated selection of Hockney signed lithographs, screen prints and etchings. All our Hockney artwork are official, original prints and are available to purchase through our online gallery.
In 1954, at the age of 16, Hockney opted to study lithography as part of The National Diploma of Design at the Bradford College of Art. It was the beginning of one of the longest and most diverse careers in modern printmaking. For over six decades David Hockney has used traditional and groundbreaking methods to create graphic works of beauty, with his sharp wit and intellect shining through. Hockney is probably one of Britain’s much loved artists, thanks to his tireless effort in producing many inventive works throughout the decades. The art world has changed drastically throughout his distinguished career, yet he has always managed to stay at the forefront of innovation. His vast output has gone from more traditional forms of print making – from manic crosshatching on metal plates in etching, to unfamiliar mediums like his drawings on a digital tablet.
A true revolutionary, who has certainly inspired the print-making universe. It is really no wonder Hockney’s printed works are so sought after and collectible.
b. 1937, Bradford, England
A pioneer of the 1960s British movement, David Hockney is one of the most celebrated and prolific artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Endlessly versatile, he has produced acrylic paintings, photo collages, full-scale opera set designs, and digital works created on iPads.
Hockney first gained recognition for his semi-abstract paintings of gay love. He moved to California in 1964 and captured his new home in sensual, pastel-hued scenes of uninhibited queer men. As well as light-filled idyllic, sunny backdrops feature swimming pools, palm trees, and beautiful homes. Hockney has exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Royal Academy of Arts in London, and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, among many other institutions. On the secondary market, his work has sold for more than $90 million.