1 July 2008
David Hockney (b. 1937)
signed with the artist's initials and dated 'DH '68' (lower right)
ink on paper
13½ x 16¾in. (34.2 x 42.5cm.)
Executed in 1968
Knoedler Gallery, London.
Max Gordon, London.
Private Collection, Germany.
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London, Kasmin Gallery, Kasmin's Hockneys, 1983 (illustrated, p. 31).
London, Marlborough Fine Art, Studies of the Nude, March-May 1986, no. 16.
Manchester, Whitworth Art Gallery, Artist and Model, May-July 1986, no. 27.
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