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Published by Kasmin Ltd in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hodgkin, Howard, -- 1932-

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Edition Notes

Notice of exhibition held from 28 March 1969.

ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20587258M

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Howard Hodgkin: Strictly Personal is a retrospective survey of prints by Sir Howard Hodgkin ( – ) spanning six decades. Hodgkin made his first lithograph in and continued to make prints, in a variety of print mediums, until his death in Howard Hodgkin's career has spanned seven decades, and this extensive catalogue raisonne includes over paintings, most reproduced in color. Marla Price, an expert on the work of Hodgkin, has brought her catalogue raisonne completely up-to-date, with reproductions of over recent paintings finished in the past decade/5. British painter and printmaker. Swimming, the poster commissioned for the Olympic Games in London, retails at £ and is available from the official website. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Howard Hodgkin books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.