David Hockney - Man Looking for his glasses, April 1986


Home Made print, 1986, in 2 colours (Black & red), printed on 2 sheets of 100% rag Arches Text 120g laid paper, (watermarked) with an office copy machine, Signed and dated in pencil , with chop mark, lower right

Size:   8.5” x 11” inches (21.6 x 27.9 cms)

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’

Edition:  50

References: Tokyo Catalogue “David Hockney prints 1954 - 1995” number 297

The David Hockney Foundation: https://www.thedavidhockneyfoundation.org/artwork/1779

David Hockney “Home Made Prints” number 10

Printed & Published: By the artist himself

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.

Public Collections: Nishimara Gallery