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The Road to Rio (2016)
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Howard Hodgkin

The Road to Rio (2016)

Edition of 350
22 colour screen print using L.Cornelisson hand-ground light-fast pigments with Dubuit binders and Aqua Art matt varnishes, on St. Cuthbert's Mill Somerset White Satin 300gsm paper. Produced by King & McGaw, Newhaven.
76 x 60 cm (30 x 23.6 in)
Signed, numbered, and dated by the artist
$3,400
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Bold and euphoric, The Road To Rio captures the energy and spirit of Team GB at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Jungle-green, sand-yellow, and the blue of the Brazilian sky and sea are used in an exhilarating display of Hodgkin’s painterly genius. The assertive washes of colour achieve maximum expression with limited means: Hodgkin’s painterly restraint has increased with age. This meticulously crafted screen-print is built up from twenty-two separate layers of colour. The process creates both the thinnest translucent marks and the thickest textural strokes characteristic of Hodgkin’s work.

Howard Hodgkin's paintings and prints often refer to memories and private experiences, but deliberately avoid the illustrational. Though his works often appear spontaneous, they are often the result of an extensive process of layering and over-painting. Since the 1950s, he has made a substantial number of original prints and, over the last twenty years has favoured the use of etching and aquatint combined with hand-painting.