Assignment 4 Research – Part 2

Here I will look at the first part of the question we’re trying to answer; the creative aspects of David Hockney’s ‘joiner’ photographs.

David Hockney took a lot of influence from Picasso and the cubist movement.

From Linda Bolton’s Cubism:

For centuries, most artists tried to capture exactly how things looked. Paintings were like photos of the real world. But, by about 1900, some artists  were experimenting, for example by using non-realistic colors to convey  feelings.

The Cubists went much further than this. They broke their subjects down into fragments and facets, and then rearranged the parts. These parts might

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