David Hockney. The Start of the Spending Spree and the Door Opening for a Blonde (plate 3) from A Rake's Progress. 1961–62, published 1963

David Hockney The Start of the Spending Spree and the Door Opening for a Blonde (plate 3) from A Rake's Progress 1961–62, published 1963

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the artist
One from an illustrated book with sixteen etching and aquatints
plate: 11 15/16 × 15 7/8" (30.4 × 40.3 cm); page: 19 11/16 × 24 5/8" (50 × 62.5 cm)
Editions Alecto, London, in association with The Royal College of Art
C.H. Welch, London
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Colin Fund, Leon A. Mnuchin Fund, and Joanne M. Stern Fund
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Illustrated book
A Rake's Progress
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