The British artist gives his classic treatment to one of the greatest scientific minds of this century.
I wrote a while ago about Jake and Dinos Chapman‘s horrendous and crass portrayal of the physicist Stephen Hawking in their sculpture Ubermensch. I vaguely wondered at the time what a David Hockney portrait of the same great man of our time might look like … but had no idea he’d actually created one. Visiting London’s Science Museum recently I was transfixed by a sensitive, affectionate and acute drawing of Hawking in its 70th birthday display about his life and work.
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