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David Hockney:Lithograph of Water Made of Lines and a Green Wash (T. 204)
Lithograph of Water Made of Lines and a Green Wash (T. 204) , 1978 - 80
Lithograph on handmade TGL paper
Edition of 36, Signed

One of Hockney’s most recognisable works, which can also be found in collections such as the Met in New York and the Tate Gallery in London, this lithograph of ‘Water Made of Lines and a Green Wash’ narrates the artist’s impression of the poolside Californian lifestyle.

Using colours which evoke the slow paced idle West Coast life, Hockney develops a manifesto for its freedom and liberal morals. A homosexual, when Hockney first visited California, he was fascinated by its openness and the lifestyle of its population.

A tribute to these characteristics, ‘Lithograph of Water Made of Lines and a Green Wash’ testifies Hockney’s search for freedom and beauty.

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