'Sometimes a whole era is summed up in a single photograph' wrote the art critic Marina Vaisey of this masterly group portrait taken by Cecil Beaton in Hockney's studio in 1968. David Hockney has just turned famously blond, and is wearing a simple black 'California' T-shirt, whilst Peter Schlesinger, Hockney's lover and a young painter at the time, sits crossed legged on the floor. Model of the day, Maudie James, takes centre stage in a lilac sequinned coat, seemingly turning in conversation to Hockney. The double portrait in the background is Hockney's painting of Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy. This exclusive photograph has been selected from the prestigious archive of British VOGUE © The Condé Nast Publications Ltd.
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