The English painter uses the tablet as his palette, but maintains that the paintbrush is also a piece of technology.

Sam McNerney
  • 19 january 2012

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This article titled “David Hockney: a life in art” was written by Nicholas Wroe, for The Guardian on Friday 13th January 2012 20.35 UTC

David Hockney is lounging on a sofa in the studio on the top floor of his beachside house. On the wall in front of him are 18 television screens, all showing films he shot of the landscapes near his home. Does it conjure images of an unchanging blue Californian sky?

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