Art is everywhere – and always has been: from cave paintings to computer drawings. David Hockney shows this guided by countless images from visual arts, film and photography. Together with art critic Martin Gayford, he explains how art has been made and viewed over the centuries – and how you can have your own vision on it.
Art is not something you have to study for. There is always something special to discover. Hockney points out lines, shadows, perspective, reflections… which makes you look differently not only at art, but at the whole world around you.
This book was actually intended as a simple version of Hockney's standard work A History of Pictures, but because of its playfulness and comprehensibility it surpasses the basic work. It is a book that everyone who likes to look around should have at home!
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