The notable British artist has recently shared a pair of new paintings he made on his Apple iPad. The images portray idyllic scenes and natural surroundings from his home in Normandy where the artist continues to remain in isolation. He captures the beauty of the fall season while relaying the message: “Remember they can’t cancel the autumn either.”

Back in April, Hockney shared vivid drawings he made on his device as a message of hope to those who were feeling anxiety and stress amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Apart from sketching on his iPad, the artist has been working tirelessly to prepare for his major exhibition that will take place at London’s Royal Academy next year. The presentation will showcase works that reflect the changing seasons with some of these pieces already part of an ongoing exhibition at Galerie Lelong in Paris, France. According to The Art Newspaper, Hockney is set to complete 220 works for the year.

Take a look at the paintings below.

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