Wachtel on the Arts | Nov 15, 2011 | 53:59

Painter David Hockney

Eleanor Wachtel speaks to Britain's most popular living painter, David Hockney, about why his landscapes keep getting bigger and bigger, and what led him to create the exhibition of iPad drawings currently on show at the Royal Ontario Museum, and why he still quarrels with photographers and art historians.

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