Large prints, archive 2003, photographs by Sidney Amsellem, with ultrachrome charcoal pigments on life half-weight paper.
Mixed work, from the 2003 Hasselblad scan shot silver halide 6 x 6 cm and then meticulous digital outline.
On the back, annotation, and photograph’s ink stamp of the photographer.
Signed with a monogram on left-hand front side.
Please look at the pictures for details.
The shipping fees are based on the large, well-protected format.
Sidney Amsellem 1951, active since 1969, exhibits since 1970, awarded in various studios, then free studio in 1978, ‘Photo Contact’ Chaponost-Lyon, France. Black & white, colour silver processes. Topics: social portraits, nude , genre, city, street humanism, plastic... He travelled to England, Belgium, Denmark, USA, Spain, France, Israel, Italy, Greece, Morocco, Yugoslavia...
His role models, Lucien Clergue, Sieff, Ronis, Boubat, Doisneau ....
Keys: Nude Akt minera print.
‘For a painting to be expensive, it must have been bought cheap’ (Picasso)
- Sidney Amsellem (1951)
- Título da obra de arte
- Nu, archive 2003
- Impressão digital, Pigmentos de carvão carvão
- Assinado, Selo do artista
- MBC (Muito Bem Conservada)
- Tamanho da imagem
- 250×276 mm
- Dimensões totais
- 483×329×1 mm