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'Mid Shades Forlorn

Product Description
silver gelatin print  60 x 75 cm, edition 7+1 AP

Between Espingo and Portillon, there's a barren landscape with rocks, some clouds and light as the only elements to shape it. Walking through it is special, like you attend a party that you're not invited to. You can visit but not stay.

The title of the photograph, I found in the poem 'Laodamia' by William Wordsworth. Laodomia was the mourning widow of the Greek Protesilaus, the first Greek killed on the shores of Troy. She is a passionate, rebellious woman and Wordsworth identifies with her relating to the unfortunate death of two of his own children. 

float frame 64 x 79 cm, solid beechwood oiled, inside painted black. The print is waxed to protect it from accidental moisture and environmental degradation.

More info on our in-house-made frames here.

Sku: Usually ships within 3 business days
Framing
€950.00
Maximum quantity available reached.

Kurt is a photographer mainly interested in anthropology, landscape philosophy, cultural heritage and the historical dimensions of photography.

He works on several large projects at the same time. Recurrent themes are contemporary romanticism, urbanisation, nomads, spirituality & ecology.

His work is exhibited in Belgium, France, & Russia and is in several museum- & private collections. 

www.kurtderuyter.com