These prints are also some of the finest examples of the artist’s monochromatic works. Hodgkin often preferred his monochrome prints as he felt the result was closer to what he originally envisioned when working with the plates.
As a young boy, Hodgkin explored exhibitions by Matisse and Picasso at the Museum of Modern Art when he was evacuated to Long Island during World War II. This series of soft-ground etchings sees the artist return to the museum, to spend an afternoon, alone.
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