Greg Gorman:
2 Pictures "Female Torso" + "Echo Johnson" in Set

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Greg Gorman:
2 Pictures "Female Torso" + "Echo Johnson" in Set

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Limited, 250 copies | Numbered | Signed | 2 reproductions on Aquarello Stucco paper | Model Framing | Glazed | Size each 65 x 85 cm

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Greg Gorman: 2 Pictures "Female Torso" + "Echo Johnson" in Set

Nude class of Hollywood's famous photographer now at Ars mundi. In a worldwide limited edition of only 250 numbered copies this grandiose nude photographs were reproduced in duotone quality method to 240g heavy Aquarello Stucco paper. The elaborate production was developed in close collaboration with Greg Gorman: Each print is signed by photographer manually!

Limited edition of 250 copies each world, numbered and signed by Greg Gorman. Sheet size of 60 x 80 cm. Framed in solid wood model framing, glazed. Size each 65 x 85 cm.

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Hollywood's world-famous photographer.

Greg Gorman is undoubtedly one of the most important photographers of our time. For over 30 years he made himself a name as a portrait photographer of almost all film and music stars Hollywood: Marlon Brando, Richard Gere, Sharon Stone, Leonardo di Caprio, Arnold Schwarzenegger, to only name a few.

Also Gorman's nudes are known throughout the world and are exhibited in the most prestigious galleries internationally. With his unmistakable style, his love of stark contrasts and extreme light and shadow games he manages each typical of his models out to work. Gorman of nude portraits combine with classical aesthetics, the human nature with timeless beauty, and sensitivity with seduction erotic aura.

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The avant-garde painting adopted photographic form elements, to ensure its painting validity. In the 1920s, many avant-garde painters turned to photography. With his photographs and photomontages, the American painter Man Ray developed new means of expression in modern art, the so-called "rayography".

The Pop Art of the 1960s varied and alienated the public photo with the help of technical means. The American pop artist Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987), with his images and image series created in this way, is the most well-known master of this art form.

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