CULTURE & ARTS
01/02/2012 09:56 pm ET Updated Mar 03, 2012

The Press Association: Hockney In Dig At Hirst Art Process

Painter David Hockney has criticized the likes of Damien Hirst, saying artists should create their own work.

Yorkshire-born Hockney, 74, whose major exhibition of landscapes opens at the Royal Academy this month, told the Radio Times that it was "insulting" for an artist to employ others to make their creations.

A poster for his show at the Royal Academy reads: "All the works here were made by the artist himself, personally."

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