This sketch from an art fair could be an original Hockney worth £75,000

This sketch from an art fair could be an original Hockney worth £75,000
 

An ex-councillor from Brighouse struck lucky with a sketch he bought from an art fair.
Former Calderdale deputy mayor Nick Yates, 70, was looking through some framed pictures at a Harrogate fair when he came across an eye-catching pencil drawing.
A keen Hockney fan who recognised the quirky style, Nick snapped it up and later took advice from his local gallery.
L S Lowry painting gift from Huddersfield tycoon to former Prime Minister Harold Wilson sells for £374,500
And it seems Nick’s eye for the unusual has paid off, after the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse said the sketch could be an... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 28
Source: Examiner
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