David Hockney Prehistoric Museum Near Palm Springs, 1982 photographic collage 84 1/2 x 56 1/2 in.

David Hockney Prehistoric Museum Near Palm Springs, 1982 photographic collage 84 x 56 in. i choose this photo because I liked the over exaggerated shadow and the black and white

David Hockney "Mother" Great Examples of "Joiners" here http://thedelightsofseeing.blogspot.co.uk/2011/03/cubism-joiners-and-multiple-viewpoint.html

Kids Get Arty - Exploring David Hockney & Photo Montage

David Hockney, Mother: another manipulated-photo work of art.and the angles of the separate pieces of the collage

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David Hockney – Photography will never equal painting!

Hockney, David / My Mother, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire, Nov. 82 1982 / Photographic collage 47 x 27 in x cm)

David Hockney Chair Modern influence of Cubism

David Hockney photo collage of a chair - Hockney shows how several viewpoints can be combined within the one photo montage to create an image that is intriguing and cohesive, despite the distorted perspective.

David Hockney Chair Modern influence of Cubism

David Hockney photo collage of a chair - Hockney shows how several viewpoints can be combined within the one photo montage to create an image that is intriguing and cohesive, despite the distorted perspective.

David Hockney. Brooklyn Bridge, 1982 Photographic collage - I have an idea in my mind kind of like this but not quite, my idea would not have the photographed element so clearly defined with just jagged edges, thinking may also use some Photoshop coloring or sponge or spray paint??

Brooklyn Bridge, 1982 Photographic collage - I Think that i could use my photographs to try and make a collage like this maybe even a little more distorted, like David Hockeys Chair.

A David Hockney photomontage. i like this one because it's a whole scene, rather than just one subject. its an example of how the photos dont need to be exact and perfect when mounting them together. and it has great pops of color too

A David Hockney photomontage. i like this one because it's a whole scene, rather than just one subject. its an example of how the photos dont need to be exact and perfect when mounting them together.

David Hockney (British, born 1937) | Mother, Los Angeles, December 1982 | 1982 | Collage and chromogenic development prints | 53 x 39 inches | Purchase with funds from the H. B. and Doris Massey Charitable Trust | 2002.273 | This is a portrait of the artist’s #mother

David Hockney (British, born 1937) | Mother, Los Angeles, December 1982 | 1982 | Collage and chromogenic development prints | 53 x 39 inches | Purchase with funds from the H. B. and Doris Massey Charitable Trust | 2002.273 | This is a portrait of the artist’s #mother

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