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Fotografie des 19. – 21. Jahrhunderts
"Hyacinthe". Circa 1955 / printed before 1962. Gelatin silver print on Agfa-Brovira paper. 38 x 28 cm. Photographer's copyright stamp, titled/annotated in ink/pencil and Jubileum Tentoonstelling 1962 exhibition label on the verso.
Albert Renger-Patzsch was a prominent figure in the "New Objectivity" movement in the early 20th century. His photographic practice was marked by meticulous attention to detail and a commitment to representing the beauty and formal qualities of ordinary objects, industrial landscapes, and nature through precise composition and clarity. His renowned flower still lifes exemplify his remarkable ability to unveil the essence and intricate details of botanical subjects, celebrating the artistry present in the natural world. This artwork was featured in the 1962 Jubilee Tentoonstelling, celebrating Amsterdam's 700th anniversary with a diverse display of cultural heritage. Another print of this work was part of a donation that the photographer made to the Museum of Modern Art in 1961. – Corners bumped, a few retouched spots and light scuff marks, some light handling marks, upper edge slightly worn, light chemical spot in upper left corner, some traces of previous mounting on verso, otherwise in very good condition.
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