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'Drop Curtain' Greetings Card by David Hockney

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Celebrating the original David Hockney designs from the 1975 Glyndebourne production of The Rake's Progress.

Inspired by an original recording conducted by Igor Stravinsky and William Hogarth's series of eight paintings and engravings of the same name, Hockney began designing the set and costumes for the Glyndebourne production of The Rake's Progress. Through his designs and the use of his now iconic cross-hatched etchings, he wanted to create a 20th century equivalent to Hogarth and Stravinsky's 18th century idea.

The Drop Curtain design is now available in this exclusive greetings card, printed in Sussex.

Left blank inside, this greetings card can be used for any occasion.

White envelope included.

Size: 19.5 x 14cm

Made in Sussex

© David Hockney

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Country of Origin Made in Sussex, UK
Envelope Colour White
Exclusive to Glyndebourne Yes
Message Inside Blank
Size 19.5 x 14cm
Artist David Hockney
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About The Artist

David Hockney

David Hockney, OM, CH, RA (born 9 July 1937) is a British painter, draftsman, printmaker, stage designer, and photographer. As an important contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. Over the years, Hockney has experimented with various different media - painting, drawing, printmaking, watercolours and photography, also creating works using a fax machine, paper pulp, and computer and iPad drawing programmes. His subject matter ranges from still lifes to landscapes, portraits of friends, his dogs, and stage designs for the Royal Court Theatre, the Metropolitan Opera in New York City and Glyndebourne.