Celebrate 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 response to the opera and to Hogarth's 18th century idea.
These set designs were sketched by David Hockney as references for the props department and are now available in this exclusive concertina pack of 6 postcards. In a handy concertina book, each postcard has a perforated edge so you can easily tear the postcards out when required.
Each postcard is blank on the back and includes the Glyndebourne logo.
Size: 10.5 x 14.8cm
Made in Sussex
© David Hockney