Nude photography has been a genre of fine art photography since the inception of the medium in the middle of the nineteenth century; depicting the nude human body with a particular emphasis on form, composition, and the emotional qualities evoked by such. Nude photography has played an important role in establishing photography as an accepted medium of fine art practice.


George Hendrik Breitner (1857-1923) was a Dutch painter and photographer. An important figure in Amsterdam Impressionism, he is noted especially for his paintings of street scenes and harbours in a realistic style. He painted en plein air, and became interested in photography as a means of documenting street life and atmospheric effects – rainy weather in particular – as reference materials for his paintings.

George Hendrik Breitner

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    • Museum-quality poster
    • Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
    • Shipped in sturdy packaging
    • Ready to frame

     

    Foam Board Print

     

    • easy stick on and take off the wall
    • strong, rigid and amazingly lightweight
    • mounting kit included
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