Sun 13 November 2011, The Sunday Times

Ageing Hockney chooses his heirs

By Richard Brooks
“We’re living in too morbid an age,” David Hockney observed in a recent interview. Yet, as he approaches 75, the man widely recognised as Britain’s greatest living artist is planning to bequeath some of his own works worth millions of pounds to two museums close to his heart.
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