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Feared, Loved (Abstract Baroque Style Still Life Photo of Green Vines & Flowers)
By Lisa A. Frank
Located in Hudson, NY
Abstracted Baroque style still life photograph of colorful green vegetarian and flowers. Available in multiple sizes (listed below) Lisa Frank’s new body of work produces complex ar...
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2010s Abstract Still-life Photography

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Digital Pigment, Archival Ink

Petites Natures #19 - yellow flower dots of water abstract contemporary photo
By Isabelle Menin
Located in New York, NY
This floral photography has a dramatic sense of composition which recalls the careful arrangements of Dutch and Flemish still life paintings from the 17-18 century. Belgian photog...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Photography

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C Print

Petites Natures #13- abstract soft color photo of ponies flower pink white dots
By Isabelle Menin
Located in New York, NY
This floral photography has a dramatic sense of composition which recalls the careful arrangements of Dutch and Flemish still life paintings from the 17-18 century. With a burst of l...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Photography

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C Print

Petites Natures #13 pink white flowers dots of light abstract contemporary photo
By Isabelle Menin
Located in New York, NY
This floral photography has a dramatic sense of composition which recalls the careful arrangements of Dutch and Flemish still life paintings from the 17-18 century. With a burst of l...
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2010s Contemporary Still-life Photography

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Photographic Paper

Columbine: The Mystery of Five (Abstracted Still Life Photo of Flowers)
By Lisa A. Frank
Located in Hudson, NY
Archival digital print 40 x 37 inches, edition of 15 Additional sizes available 42 x 39 x 1 inches framed - Dry mounted, custom white wood frame with non-reflective glass. This con...
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2010s Contemporary Abstract Photography

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Archival Ink, Digital

Feared, Loved (Abstract Baroque Style Photo Tapestry of Green Vines & Flowers)
By Lisa A. Frank
Located in Hudson, NY
Archival digital print, edition of 10. 40 x 40 inches unframed 45 x 45 inches framed Lisa Frank’s new body of work produces complex arrangements of flowers, vegetation, fruit, and a...
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2010s Abstract Color Photography

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Archival Ink, Digital Pigment

Petites Natures #19 - yellow flower dots of water abstract contemporary photo
By Isabelle Menin
Located in New York, NY
Petites Natures #19 Fine Art Print 2 sizes: 19.7' x 15.4", edition of 10 + 2AP 39.3" x 27.5", edition of 5 + AP This floral photography has a dramatic sense of compos...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Photography

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C Print

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The first permanent image created by a camera — which materialized during the 1820s — is attributed to Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. The French inventor was on to something for sure. Kodak introduced roll film in the 1880s, allowing photography to become more democratic, although cameras wouldn’t be universally accessible until several decades later. 

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