Print, M(Arie) 1973
Large nude print on archive paper, photos 25 cm//38.3 cm//
27.7 cm/41.1 cm with white margins. Sidney Amsellem, with ultrachrome charcoal pigments on half-weight, long duration paper from the original Hasselblad scan shot.
Annotation and photographer’s wet stamp on the back.
Monogrammed on the left side on the front.
Please see photos for details.
Sidney Amsellem 1951, has been active since 1969 and has exhibited since 1970. He was awarded several times and worked in various studios, then free studio in 1978, ‘Photo Contact’ Chaponost-Lyon, France. Black & white, colour, silver processes. Topics: social portraits, nudes, genre, city, street humanism, plastic... He travelled to England, Belgium, Denmark, USA, Spain, France, Israel, Italy, Greece, Morocco, Yugoslavia...
His models, Lucien Clergue, Newton Sieff, Ronis, Boubat, Doisneau...
Keywords: Nude, Akt, print
‘For a painting to be highly valued, it must have been bought cheap’ (Picasso)
- Sidney Amsellem (1951)
- Titel van kunstwerk
- M.nue, saint Cyr 1973.
- Digitale afdruk, Steenkoolpigmenten ultrachrome steenkool
- Gesigneerd, Gestempeld
- Zeer Fraai
- 383×250 mm