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"Artichoke in Bloom 2010" by Jonathan Singer - Must Sell $2,900
Artichoke in Bloom 2010 Limited Edition Print by Jonathan Singer
Artichoke in Bloom 2010 Limited Edition Print by Jonathan Singer - 0

Jonathan Singer

"Artichoke in Bloom 2010"

2010
  • Limited Edition Print : Giclee on Cotton Rag

    Size : 36x44 in  |  91x112 cm
    Framed : 40x60 in  |  102x152 cm
    Edition : 10/10

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Hand Signed : Embossed
Condition : Excellent
Framed with Plexiglass : Framed, with proportional matting
Story / Additional Info : Private collection. Image selected from magnum opus "Botanica Magnifica" as featured in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of Natural History.
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 40203
Jonathan Singer - United States

Art Brokerage: Jonathan Singer American Artist: Photographer Jonathan Singer was born in the 1960s. Using novel digital camera techniques that did not exist ten years ago, Singer has created masterpieces of photographic art. Inspired by the work of the great botanical artists that came before him, Dr. Singer has developed a style of modern digital photography that possesses both the clarity and the artistry of traditional botanical illustration. Revealing the delicate structures of the plants at a level of detail unachievable with brush and paint, BOTANICA MAGNIFICA provides an entirely new appreciation of the complexity and individuality of these living beings. To see a photograph by Jonathan Singer is to transcend the medium and see the subject itself. The subject is so intriguing to our imaginations that we forget we are looking at a photograph and begin a deeper journey into the botanical world. Just as the finest classical painters attempted to make their brushstrokes (hence their presence) invisible, Jonathan photographs his subjects with clarity and humility, becoming an instrument serving a larger force. Singer's work is featured in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of Natural History.

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