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"While Secretly Hiding Away in the Museum After Closing Time, Hockney Has a Flash of Inspiration, Requires a Model, and a Night Guard Volunteers" Original Painting on Panel | Free Shipping Worldwide

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    "While Secretly Hiding Away in the Museum After Closing Time, Hockney Has a Flash of Inspiration, Requires a Model, and a Night Guard Volunteers" is an acrylic painting on panel by Philip Gladstone

  • About: From Philip Gladstone's Pictures Within Pictures (Museum) Series, works that reference and pay homage to iconic works of art, artists and popular culture — in this instance, featuring an invented, fanciful portrait of English painter David Hockney as a young man, with a museum guard, stripped to the waist, serving as Hockney's model, against the backdrop of Hockney's 1972 "Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)" [Learn more about "Portrait of an Artist..." on Wlkipedia here, browse Gladstone's Museum Series portfolio here]
  • Made with artist's acrylic paints on a cradled wooden panel
  • Measures 16 by 20 inches
  • Created in April 2024
  • Signed by the artist with his monogram cipher (PG) and dated "2024", lower left/center; signed again with his full name and inscribed with the title on the reverse
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