acrylic on canvas
84.25 in. (214.00 cm.) (height) by 120.08 in. (305.00 cm.) (width)
New York, André Emmerich Gallery, David Hockney, 1969. London, Hayward Gallery, Pop Art Redefined, 1969, p. 235, no. 51 (illustrated, p. 187). Paris, Palais du Louvre, David Hockney: Tableaux et Dessins, 1974, no. 15. Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, British Painting and Sculpture 1960-1970, 1971, no. 56 (illustrated, p. 117). Paris, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Palais du Louvre, David Hockney: Tableaux et Dessins, 1974, p. 36, no. 15 (illustrated, p. 36). Minneapolis, Walker Art Center, Hockney Paints the Stage, 1984-1985, pp. 22, 35 (illustrated in colour, p. 33). This exhibition later travelled to Mexico City, Museo Tamayo; Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario; Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art; Fort Worth, The Fort Worth Art Museum; San Francisco, San Francisco Museum of Art and London, Hayward Gallery. New York, Neuberger Museum, The Window in Twentieth Century Art, 1986-1987, p. 101 (illustrated in colour, p. 68). Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, David Hockney: A Retrospective, 1988-1989, p. 253, fig. 5 (illustrated in colour, p. 82; detail illustrated in colour, p. 83). This exhibition later travelled to New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and London, Tate Gallery. Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, Twentieth-Century American Art: The Ebsworth Collection, 2000, pp. 7, 133 and 286, no. 29 (illustrated in colour, p. 134; detail illustrated, p. 135). This exhibition later travelled to Seattle, Seattle Art Museum. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, David Hockney: Portraits, 2006-2007, p. 238, no. 18 (illustrated in colour, pp. 100-101). This exhibition later travelled to Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and London, National Portrait Gallery. Seattle, Pivot Art + Culture, The Figure in Process: de Kooning to Kapoor 1955-2015, 2015-2016 (illustrated in colour, p. 20). London, Tate Britain, David Hockney, 2017-2018, p. 268 (illustrated in colour, p. 86). This exhibition later travelled to Paris, Musée national d'art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou and New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
D. Shapiro, ‘Hockney Paints a Portrait’, in Artnews, May 1969, p. 28 (illustrated in colour, p. 29; illustrated, pp. 30-31, 46). J. Gruen, ‘Art in New York: Open Window’, in New York Magazine, 12 May 1969 (illustrated, p. 57). F. Bowling, ‘A Shift in Perspective’, in Artsmagazine, Summer 1969 (illustrated, p. 25). Mizue, no. 780, 1970, p. 75 (illustrated). Contemporanea International, July/August 1988, p. 53 (illustrated in colour). J.H. Kay, ‘The Home Forum’, in The Christian Science Monitor, 19 September 1970 (illustrated, p.8). C. Finch, ‘Harry N. Abrahams Collects’, in Auction, vol. IV, no. 2, 1970 (illustrated, p. 34). N. Lynton, ‘British Art Today’, in Smithsonian, November 1970, p. 41 (illustrated). David Hockney: Paintings, prints and drawings 1960-1970, exh. cat., London, The Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1970, cat. no. 69.2 (illustrated, p.76). D. Hockney, David Hockney by David Hockney, London 1976, p. 302, no. 228 (illustrated, pp. 180-181). N. Stangos (ed.), Pictures by David Hockney, London 1976, p. 73 (illustrated). R. Bongartz, ‘David Hockney’, in Artnews 77, 3 March 1978, p. 46 (illustrated, p. 46). P. Richard, ‘The Painter and His Subject: David Hockney, Henry Geldzahler – Portrait of an Unlikely Friendship’, in Washington Post, 30 March 1979, B1, B8. H. Geldzahler, ‘David Hockney: An Intimate View’, in Print Review 12, 1980, pp. 44-45. J. Russell, ‘How English Artists have Come to View New York’, in The New York Times, 19 July 1981 (illustrated, p. 25). M. Livingstone, David Hockney, London 1981, p. 247, pl. 105 (illustrated in colour, p. 130). A.C. Papadakis (ed.), David Hockney: an Art & Design Profile, London 1988 (illustrated, p. 39). G. Schiff, ‘An Innocent Vision’, in Contemporanea I, July-August 1988, pp. 52-53. P. Webb, Portrait of David Hockney, Somerset 1988, p. 251, no. 110 (illustrated in colour, p. 139). P. Webb, Portrait of David Hockney, London 1990, p. 139. Art in America 80, 11 (November 1992). P. Clothier, Hockney, New York 1995, p. 38, no. 40 (illustrated in colour, p. 39). P. Melia and U. Luckhardt, David Hockney: Gemälde, Munich 1994, pp. 88-93, 104-105, no. 31 (illustrated, p. 90; illustrated in colour, p. 105). P. Melia (ed.), David Hockney, Manchester 1995, pp. 69, 82-83 (illustrated, p. 68). David Hockney: A Drawing Retrospective, exh. cat., London, Royal Academy of Arts, 1995-1996, fig. 34 (illustrated, p. 127). P. Adam, David Hockney and His Friends, Bath 1997, p. 84. David Hockney: Espace/ Paysage, exh. cat., Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, 1999 (illustrated, p. 19). M. Livingstone & K. Heymer, Hockney’s Portraits and People, London 2003, p. 236 (illustrated in colour, pp. 100-101). D. Ngo (ed.), Art + Architecture: The Ebsworth Collection and Residence, San Francisco 2006 (illustrated in colour and installation view illustrated in colour, unpaged). L. Weschler, True to Life: Twenty-Five Years of Conversations with David Hockney, California 2008, pp. 61-62, fig. 21 (illustrated, p. 62). P. Melia and U. Luckhardt, David Hockney, London 2011, pp. 90 and 104, fig. 63, no. 31 (illustrated with perspective lines, p. 90; illustrated in colour, p. 105). David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition, exh. cat., San Francisco, de Young Museum, 2014, p. 57, fig. 70 (illustrated in colour, p. 56). D. Hockney & H. W. Holzwarth (eds.), David Hockney: A Bigger Book, Los Angeles 2016, p. 86 (illustrated in colour, pp. 86-87). M. Livingstone, David Hockney, London 2017, pp. 118-119, no. 92 (illustrated in colour, p. 118).
André Emmerich Gallery, Inc., New York (acquired directly from the artist in 1969). Mrs. Harry N. Abrams and Mr. Robert E. Abrams, New York (acquired from the above, 1969). Their sale, Sotheby’s New York, 17 November 1992, lot 17. Private Collection, New York. Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York (since 1992). Acquired from the above by the present owner in 1997.