Rocky Mountains and Tired Indians

© David Hockney. Image credit: National Galleries of Scotland

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This was painted at the University of Colorado, Boulder, where the campus is on the edge of the Rocky Mountains. However Hockney's studio had no

National Galleries of Scotland: Modern


Rocky Mountains and Tired Indians




acrylic on canvas


H 170.4 x W 252.8 cm

Accession number

GMA 1538

Acquisition method

purchased, 1976

Work type


Inscription description

Various numbers and Hockney are inscribed on the stretcher in felt pen and pencil. Also inscribed: ex Kasmin Gallery in ink, and Whitworth Manchester in wax crayon on the stretcher

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