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William Faulkner is best known for his complex sentence structure and psychologically complex character thoughts. His words are used to explain and help us unveil the perception of our understanding of time and place.


David Hockney was one of the most influential painters of the 20th century and the pop art movement of the 1960’s. His work consistently digs into the idea of perception and often included scenes of his friends and immediate surroundings.  Hockney continues to utilize the tools and trends of the time, even creating digital paintings in his 80’s.


Faulkner‘s novels often explore the relationships between art, the artist, and the audience. In addition, his writing is known for its use of bold colors and unique perspectives. These elements may have inspired Hockney‘s work, characterized by its vivid colors and inventive compositions. 

The Past is not Dead

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