Nude in Turban with Amphora
A limited edition black and white image
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This black and white image is available in any custom size
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Nude in Turban with Amphora. I shot this for an exhibition inspired by skin, commissioned and sponsored by Nivea Cream, in the Mission Gallery in Ladbroke Grove, London.
Working alongside curator Robin Dutt, I made 3 images of a nude wearing a turban, this “Nude in Turban with Amphora” was the first of the three images of the series, shot using a single light in my home studio in Marylebone, using a classic square format Hasselblad camera and shot on Ilford film.
My inspiration for this image was the “Bather of Valpinçon” by early 19th century French neo-classical painter Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. The same artist who inspired the “Le Violin d’Ingres” by Man Ray.
The three images of this triptych were each printed up in large 150 x150cm size, framed with mirror mount, and after the exhibition sold for charity.
See the other images of this series: Nude in Turban with Mirror, and Nude in Turban with Fan. They are of course available separately, but as a group they would also work amazingly well. together.
Black and White
Bold, graphic black and white images are always uniquely evocative, Adam Butler’s especially so.
This image is in a limited edition of 100.
Each print comes with a certificate of authenticity which also signed, numbered and dated.
All of my prints are signed with edition number and title beneath the printed area, which you can decide whether or not to show when mounting and framing. See a video of me doing this.
Acrylic glass prints will have a small and faint embedded digital signature at lower right or lower left.
Each print is either printed by me, or in professional labs in the UK or Europe, and each is carefully checked before sending it out to you.
Your print also comes with a lifetime guarantee*.
Unframed prints are shipped out to you in cardboard tubes, framed or mounted pictures in specially made crates.
*Assuming they are not left in direct sunlight or in excessively humid locations.
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I always have a selection of images in my house in central London that you can come to see in real life before committing to a purchase. Contact me to arrange a viewing.