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bb9966e5d4aba1908ca9f9f5a273379a.jpg 82 Portraits and 1 Still-Life

“In the summer of 2013 he painted the first of what was to become a large body of portraits, eventually numbering over 90; 82 can be seen here. Hockney views these portraits collectively, as a single body of work. All share the same dimensions and are painted in acrylic on canvas, with the subject seated on the same chair in Hockney’s Los Angeles studio, illuminated by the bright, clear light of Southern California. Almost every painting was executed over three days, or, as Hockney puts it, in a wry comment on photography, with a twenty-hour exposure’- the maximum amount of time he felt that he could ask of anyone.” -Gallery Guide

Going through the gallery the last of his portraits were in the same room as the beginnings. With this it made it easier to see the development of the paintings. I like how…

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