David Hockney - Dancing Flowers, May 1986
Colour photocopy, 1986, printed on 6 sheets of Acid free Xerox office paper, with an office copy machine, Signed and dated in pencil , with chop mark
Size: 22 x 25 1/2 in. (55.9 x 64.8 cm)
Note: Hockney used technology to explore mark-making and picture-making in a variety of new ways, and his experiments with Xerox printing were just the start. ‘I’ve always been interested in printing as a medium, and also as a medium through which my work can be known — can reach a public'
Printed & Published: By the artist himself
References: David Hockney Prints - Tokyo Museum Catalogue - 307
David Hockney Foundation: https://www.thedavidhockneyfoundation.org/artwork/1812
Hockney, David, Home Made Prints, Self-published catalogue to accompany the exhibition at Andre Emmerich's New York gallery, Zurich, 1986, no.22 (illus.)
Condition: A PRISTINE example of this rare print. Recently carefully framed with photo-corners, the print had previously been kept in a solander box for the entirety of its life, having fresh and bright colours precisely as printed.