You can see The Arrival of Spring (it has been a popular image to advertise the exhibition), but I did find a picture of Late November tunnel on the Daily Telegraph website (image 5):
David Hockney in Telegraph
It had a range of his work, from the early, post-student days, through to the most recent paintings in Woldgate Woods. The canvases of the Grand Canyon were particularly striking and vividly coloured, but there were also a series of watercolours that were beautiful in their own right. You got a real sense of the accomplishment of the artist with a huge selection of works, from bold and colourful works, to immensely detailed but subtle.
I had a great day, and found it very enjoyable. My mum noted that "He does like to dab, doesn't he?", but she is a huge Hockney fan and then proceeded to grab herself the accompanying tome and lug that home.
But before home, we stopped off at Fortnum and Mason and had a sneaky look around. Inhaling all that opulence and splendour made us a little bit thirsty so we had a cup of tea and some apple strudel. What a luxury...
We had a final look around all the lovely kitchen wares (we were eyeing up the egg cosies, as neither of us were brave enough to tackle the Mollie Makes ones just yet, and then we set off for home. I was a bit tired that evening....Ahhh.