TIME is running out for art lovers to see a David Hockney painting on display in Bradford.

‘My Parents’ has been at Bradford Council’s Cartwright Hall Art Gallery since July, but will only be available to see until Monday.

The work by the artist, which was voted the nation’s favourite painting in 2014, is on display alongside photos of Hockney’s parents, Laura and Kenneth, from his own personal albums.

It shows his father engrossed in a book while his mother looks out of the painting at the artist.

Before going on display in Bradford, the painting which belongs to the Tate Britain was part of an exhibition at The Met in New York and prior to that was on display at The Pompidu in Paris.

Also on display is the 2017 photograph of the artist by acclaimed Los Angeles photographer Catherine Opie entitled simply David. Opie is considered one of the leading photographers of her generation and one of the foremost documentarians of American life. The photograph is reminiscent of the portraits by Hockney in his body of work ‘82 Portraits and 1 Still-life’ which is currently being exhibited in Los Angeles.

Coun Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Healthy People and Places, said: “The painting ‘My Parents’ is a wonderful piece and I’m delighted, that through the hard work of our staff, we have been able to exhibit the painting at our gallery, especially since it has been shown at such prestigious galleries around the world.”