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Museum gave a great picture

April 8 2008
03:47

Famous British artist David Hockney gave his greatest painting London gallery Tate Britain.

The work, entitled Bigger Trees Near Warter («Tall trees near Warter ') is a canvas size of 4.6 to 12 meters, which consists of 50 smaller fragments.

Landscape in the county of Yorkshire, was first exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts last year. The gallery Tate Britain, it will be put on public display in 2009.

It is not clear how much this work, but it is known that the price exceeds the price of another artist's paintings The Splash, which in 2006 was sold for 2.6 million pounds, reports BBC.
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