Brighouse collector finds unknown Hockney sketch at arts fair



A Brighouse man may have uneartherd a rare sketch by one of Britain’s famous artists after rummaging through a set of old frames at an art fair.
Businessman and former councillor Nick Yates is a keen art collector and David Hockney enthusiast.
He attended a fair in Harrogate when one of the frames caught his eye. It contained a pencil sketch that looked vaguely familiar so he took a chance and bought it.
After a close look at home, Mr Yates decided to take the sketch into the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse for a new frame.
It now appears that this drawing is a preparatory sketch by... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 40
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