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Three Kings and a Queen

1961 (made)
Place of origin

Etching and aquatint entitled 'Three Kings and a Queen'. Signed and dated in pencil.

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read Contemporary etchings Etching has been practiced since the 16th century, not only to make original art works, but also as a means of reproducing drawings – such as botanical illustrations – for publication.

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Object type
TitleThree Kings and a Queen (assigned by artist)
Materials and techniques
Etching and aquatint
Brief description
Etching and aquatint by David Hockney entitled 'Three Kings and a Queen'. Great Britain, 1961.
Physical description
Etching and aquatint entitled 'Three Kings and a Queen'. Signed and dated in pencil.
  • Height: 23.2cm
  • Width: 65.2cm
Bibliographic reference
Taken from Departmental Circulation Register 1964
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Record createdJune 8, 2009
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