Howard Hodgkin – Going for a Walk with Andrew
1995-98, hand printed silkscreen based on original oil painting. 100cm x 115cm (40″ x 45″)
These beautiful Howard Hodgkin prints and posters display the breadth and brilliance of one of Britain’s most cherished artists…
Howard Hodgkin – Rain
1984-89, Archival quality, giclée reproduction exclusive to The Tate. 40cm x 50cm (16″ x 20″)
“A glimpse is much harder to pin down. You have to remember and to paint from memory and believe in it as well. Belief is the real trouble.”
~ Howard Hodgkin ~
Howard Hodgkin – The Sky’s The Limit
2002, Silkscreen, Lincoln Center Exhibition Art Series. 76cm x 64cm (30″ x 25″)
“The titles are extremely important because it’s the subject of the picture”
~ Howard Hodgkin ~
Howard Hodgkin – Tangier
1992, Serigraph print from the Lincoln Center. 95cm x 86cm (37.5″ x 34″)
Howard Hodgkin – Clean Sheets
1979-84, Archival quality, giclée reproduction from Tate’s collection. 55.9 x 91.4cm (22″ x 36″)
In the video below the artist rather reluctantly talks about his work and its impact on himself and the viewer. Includes his thoughts on Clean Sheets featured above.
Howard Hodgkin – Andrew Allfree
1994-1998, Silkscreen open edition. 100cm x 115cm (40″ x 45″)
Howard Hodgkin – Highgate Ponds
Poster for the London Underground. 51 x 76cm (20″ x 30″)
Howard Hodgkin – Venetian Glass
1989, Silkscreen rare poster from Lincoln Center Exhibition Art Series. 96cm x 87cm (38″ x 34″)
Howard Hodgkin – Complete Paintings (hardcover)
Marla Price & John Elderfield. Published in 2006 by Thames & Hudson. 420 pages.
Howard Hodgkin – Complete Prints (hardback & paperback)
Liesbeth Heenk & Nan Rosenthal. Published in 2006 by Thames & Hudson. 240 pages, 26cm x 30cm.
A Picture of the Painter Howard Hodgkin
A fascinating hour long Howard Hodgkin documentary from 2006 – part of the BBC’s Imagine series with Alan Yentob. If you can ignore the low resolution it’s a fascinating insight into the artist’s work and process. At the time of writing it’s also available on BBC iPlayer so catch it while you can.