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Hockney, Garrowby Hill Mug

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Enjoy your favorite beverage with a masterpiece from the Museum's collection! The vibrant palette and bold brushstrokes of David Hockney's Garrowby Hill, 1998, recall Matisse and Van Gogh rather than the meticulously rendered compositions typical of his own earlier work. The high horizon and distant patchwork of the Yorkshire moors suggest the artist's point of view from a neighboring hill top.

• Ceramic, 11 oz. capacity.
• Microwave safe, but for lasting beauty, we do not recommend dishwasher use.
• Sold individually.

"An MFA Exclusive Design" Garrowby Hill, 1998

David Hockney, English, born in 1937

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Juliana Cheney Edwards Collection, Seth K. Sweetser Fund, and Tompkins Collection—Arthur Gordon Tompkins Fund, 1998
Accession number: 1998.56