Hockney’s Witty ‘Rake’ Returns to Glyndebourne: Martin Gayford
When David Hockney’s designs for Stravinsky’s opera “The Rake’s Progress” were first seen, Gerald Ford was president of the U.S. and Harold Wilson prime minister of Britain.
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