Gelatine silver print - signed - 2008
|Titel van kunstwerk:||'Vrijheid in Schoonheid' originele ingelijste foto|
Dimensions: 110 x 90 cm (including frame), 100 x 80 (photo)
Italian photographer Luciano Bonacini was born in 1954 in Scandiano and studied psychology at the University of Padova. He chose to follow his passion and gained international fame as a gifted artist who considers photography to be his calling, to express unspeakable beauty that words cannot describe.
Luciano Bonacini exhibited in prestigious Italian and international institutes, at the invitation of leading figures in contemporary, cosmopolitan photography. He won the first prize as the best portrait photographer of Italy, the European Agfa Portrait Award, in '93 and Kodak European Gold Award in '94.
His works are on display in various Italian and foreign museums and in public as well as private collections.
His shop is located in the picturesque Malcesine, near Lago di garda. He describes himself as "a monk, my shop is my monastery". He can - if you're lucky - be met during the summer season in his gallery annex store. I myself have had the privilege to meet him in 2009 and purchase this picture of him, which he signed on the spot, which he was visibly excited about, and even wrote "perfecto!" above his signature. In all aspects passionate about his work then.... In the Netherlands the photo was professionally framed.
For the enthusiast, this copy is now available; We are downsizing and allow this beautiful lady, who gave exposed herself for this photo, to have a new audience. Make an offer that is worthy of a genuine Bonacini, and the model!
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|Rest of Europe||$175.98|
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