Photo poster - framed - 1980
|Title of artwork:||Paradise Regained|
A print of the original work from 1968 by the American artist Duane Michals (1932).
- Dimensions: frame, 40 x 67 cm. image 26 x 54 cm. Size per photo, 8.5 x 12.5 cm.
- Framed in a black wooden frame with glass plate.
- Edition unknown.
- Origin: The print was bought in the USA in 1980 for the occasion of an exhibit of the work of Duane Michals.
- Condition: In very good condition The frame has some wear.
Please also see the photos.
Paradise Regained shows a contemporary Adam and Eve that follow the way from innocence to knowledge, but then reversed.
Duane Michals, born in Mc Keesport, Pennsylvania (US) 18th of February, 1932, photographer.
Education: Carnegie Institute of Technology (Pittsburgh), Denver University and Parsons School of Design (New York).
Michals moved to New York in 1961, where he made his name with his photographs of artists, including T. Williams and Andy Warhol. He photographed for Vogue, Esquire and The New York Times.
Duane Michals is seen as one of the great innovators of the last century in the field of photography. He is best known for his 'photo stories', which uses a series of frame-by-frame photos.
The print will be sent by registered post, or can be picked up in Amsterdam.
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