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by David Hockney,Stephen Spender

Download China Diary/With 158 Watercolors, Drawings and Photographs, 84 in Color eBook
ISBN:
0500277117
Author:
David Hockney,Stephen Spender
Category:
Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language:
English
Publisher:
Thames & Hudson (May 1, 1993)
Pages:
200 pages
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1293 kb
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1858 kb
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1876 kb
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Stephen Spender (Author), David Hockney (Author).

Stephen Spender (Author), David Hockney (Author).

Stephen Spender and David Hockney's illustrated diary of the trip they took together to China takes in not just the famous . Hockney's photographs, drawings and watercolours are a unique revelation of China, while Spender discourses in rich prose

Stephen Spender and David Hockney's illustrated diary of the trip they took together to China takes in not just the famous sites - the Great Wall, the Temple of the jade Buddha, the magical landscape of Kweilin but the unexpected incidents of everyday Chinese life. And both discuss their meetings with contemporary Chinese poets and painters. Hockney's photographs, drawings and watercolours are a unique revelation of China, while Spender discourses in rich prose. Together they provide a glimpse of this ever-mysterious land.

Stephen Spender; David Hockney China Diary/With 158 Watercolors, Drawings and Photographs, 84 in Color. ISBN 13: 9780500277119. China Diary/With 158 Watercolors, Drawings and Photographs, 84 in Color. Stephen Spender; David Hockney.

Containing 158 watercolours, drawings and photographs, 84 of which are in color. Let’s begin by saying it’s just a little personal trip we made together.

View Similar Items View More. David Hockney - A Bigger Picture. David Hockney, A Bigger Book. Containing 158 watercolours, drawings and photographs, 84 of which are in color. I think the book should be in that sense a bit bitty – like life – patched up in some way, as if made by three schoolboys on a tour of a continent for the first time. David Hockney on China Diary.

China Diary, with 158 Watercolours, Drawings and Photographs, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR AND ARTIST on the half-title, with accompanying folder containing an ORIGINAL FOLDING FIVE-COLOUR LITHOGRAPH BY HOCKNEY ("Red Square and the Forbidden City"), numbered and signed in pencil by the artist, numerous illustrations (some full-page, some colour), publisher's decorative cloth gilt, pictorial. Specialist - Books & Manuscripts.

Spender authored China Diary with famed artist David Hockney in 1982, published by Thames and Hudson art publishers in London. China diary: with 158 watercolours, drawings and photographs, 84 in colour. London: Thames and Hudson. In 1933, Spender fell in love with Tony Hyndman, and they lived together during 1935–1936. In 1934, Spender had an affair with Muriel Gardiner.

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Stephen Spender and David Hockney's illustrated diary of the trip they took .

Stephen Spender and David Hockney's illustrated diary of the trip they took together to China takes in not just the famous sites - the Great Wall, the Temple of the jade Buddha, the magical landscape of Kweilin but the unexpected incidents of everyday Chinese life.

Stephen Spender (1909-). With 158 watercolors, drawings and photographs, 84 in color.

On May 19, 1981 David Hockney together with poet Stephen Spender went to China for a trip that would last . The result was this China Diary, with text by Spender and 180 watercolors, drawings and photographs by Hockney.

On May 19, 1981 David Hockney together with poet Stephen Spender went to China for a trip that would last three weeks. Spender kept a diary, and Hockney drew and photographed. Linnen with dustjacket, 2. x 20 cm, 200p, illustrations in colour and black/white. With an epilogue, fragments of a conversation that Hockney and Spender had six months after their return. In very good condition. Will be sent only by registered mail.

The authors describe their experiences traveling in China and share their impressions of the Chinese people and culture