This exhibition has now finished.
Hogarth’s classic morality tale gets a Pop Art makeover by renowned and influential artist David Hockney.
David Hockney’s A Rake’s Progress was inspired by the works of the same name by William Hogarth who painted them in 1735. Hogarth’s sequence of eight pictures show the downfall of a rich young man seduced by the charms of London and corrupted by its vices.
Set in New York in the early 1960s, Hockney’s A Rake’s Progress is an autobiographical journey of self-discovery.
All eight prints are from our own collection and will be displayed in advance of our major William Hogarth: Painter & Printmaker exhibition.
Main Image: Receiving of the Inheritance © David Hockney