Seeing is more than looking. In order to paint nature well, you must take the time to truly observe everything closely, Hockney on Van Gogh
Vincent Van Gogh and David Hockney, the least and the most sold living artists, one a rebel of technique and the other a rebel of subject matter, going back to painting landscapes at a time when landscape painting simply is no longer done, painting portraits when portrait painting is no longer done. Both artists indulge in colour and rejoice in the infinite qualities and perspectives in nature. Don't miss the Amsterdam show and do inquire with us about works available privately for acquisitions. email@example.com
Seeing in more than looking. In order to paint nature well, you must take the time to truly observe everything closely. ‘You have to really look,’ as Hockney says. And, Van Gogh did just that according to him. He could see what many people fail to notice and enchants us with it to this day.