By Jonathan Jones, The Guardian
David Hockney takes the making of art extremely seriously. He thinks and writes deeply about painting and photography. He has advanced a theory about the secret use of the camera in pre-modern art. Today, his own art is as much an argument about visual truth as a search for pictorial pleasure: relying on what he defines as drawing’s essential elements of hand, eye and heart, he makes accurate Yorkshire landscapes.
He wasn’t always so worthy. Continue here