"Hodgkin's pictures have recorded extremes of weather. He paints in turn an ethereal mist, broad sweeps of driving rain, the blast of strong wind, the violence of storm clouds and the fiery hue of a setting sun. In Hodgkin's work serenity is rare. Anger and jealousy are passions more evident than contentment and calm. The changes noticeable in his art over the last twenty years may perhaps be attributed to his increasing willingness to display emotion in a way that is quite rare in its disregard for propriety and embarrassment, and his paintings have gained in depth and resonance from his apparently fearless willingness to risk disclosing self."
Nicholas Serota in: Exhibition Catalogue, London, Tate Britain, Howard Hodgkin, 2006, p. 16
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