Still Life with Butterly
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Still Life with Butterly

Photography medium: Digital print

Frame: Dibond with Liquid Gloss

Edition of 9 (1 available)

Gallery: Ronen Art Gallery

Ships from: Netherlands

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About the artwork
High Quality Fine Art Print | Limited Edition of 9 pcs | Hand coated with certified Liquid Gloss | Mounted onto aluminium dibond with frame that creates floating effect | Created: 2017 | Available in different sizes | Production & Delivery in about 4 weeks


Medium Digital print
Support Resin
Framed? Yes
Frame Type Dibond with Liquid Gloss
Subjects Still life,
Style Classic
Original or Edition? Edition of 9
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Artwork Dimensions: 120 X 80 X 5 X cm

About Hans Withoos

Hans Withoos is a contemporary Dutch photographer. With a career spanning more than 20 years, he has successfully pursued both commercial and fine art photography projects. He has worked internationally, shooting fashion editorials in Brazil, the United States, Morocco, and more. Although highly successful in his international fashion work, he is also prolific in his autonomous work, making many photography series over the years. 

His work is characterized by its fantastical imagery and high sense of drama, as evidenced in his imaginative Nocturnal Delight series, where sensuality and suffering are conflated through many layered aesthetics. In his new series: “Still Life” he brings the beauty and the light of the 17-century Dutch old masters into life again. “The images don’t show a critical perspective, but rather an observant one,” the artist has explained about his work. 

Hans Withoos’ photography is set in a world simultaneously familiar and different. In Withoos exaggerated scenes, the figures crowding the images become archetypes, and the viewer is overcome by a sense of alienation. The work is full of layered, staged images with idiosyncratic aesthetics. Sometimes the photographs evoke emotions related to suffering, sensuality and hidden oppressiveness. At other times the images depict the complete opposite and are deliberately emotionless. His work has been exhibited by the Ronen Art Gallery, Rabobank Foundation, and AFK Gallery Lisbon, among others. He lives and works in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.