|Title of artwork:||Portrait of Felix Mann|
|Edition:||h.c. / 35|
|Image size:||75×53 cm|
|Sold with frame:||Yes|
Lithograph on Japan paper
Signed and inscribed "h.c" in pencil. A printer's proof aside from the edition of 35 (there was also the edition of 65 on Arches paper)
Published by Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, Munich, 1971, in the portfolio Europäische Grafik No 7. To be seen in important international auction catalogue.
With frame, size of paper 75 x 53 cm.
Professionally framed with museum glass.
David Hockney, (born 9 July 1937) is an English painter, draftsman, printmaker, stage designer, and photographer. As an important contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century.
Hockney has owned a home and studio in Bridlington and London, and two residences in California, where he has lived on and off since 1964: one in the Hollywood Hills, one in Malibu, and an office and archives on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, California.
On 15 November 2018, Hockney's 1972 work Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) sold at Christie's auction house in New York City for $90 million (£70 million), becoming the most expensive work by a living artist sold at auction. This broke the previous record, set by the 2013 sale of Jeff Koons' Balloon Dog (Orange) for $58.4 million. Hockney held this record until 15 May 2019, Jeff Koons reclaimed the honour when his Rabbit sold for more than $91 million dollars at Christie's in New York.