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At the MFA, his portraits are both intimate and intelligent

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / February 26, 2006

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n 1962, the Royal College of Art in London balked at awarding young David Hockney his diploma. Their complaint: Hockney hadn't made enough art based on a live model, nor done enough art historical study. (Full article: 1126 words)

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