Archival digital reproduction print on acid free paper of David Hockney's Mulholland Drive: The Road to the Studio, 1980.
David Hockney (England, active United States and England, b. 1937) is an internationally renowned British artist, a Royal Academician, who maintains studios and homes in Los Angeles and the United Kingdom. His inventive use of many media—paintings, physical and digital drawings, prints, photographs, set designs, the fax machine, and most recently film—make him one of the most significant artists exploring and pushing the boundaries of art today. LACMA's permanent collection includes fifteen works, including Mulholland Drive.
- Archival paper size: 40 x 32 inches
- Print size: approximately 38 x 13.5 inches
- Printed on 250 gm acid-free paper
- Color permanence rating of 75 years