DOMINIC ROUSE - 'The Less Deceived' - Black and White Erotic Fine Art NUDE Photography Signed Limited Edition Print

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Handmade

Materials

inspiration, imagination, vision, passion, emotion, blood, sweat, tears, impeccable craftsmanship, light, digital alchemy, silver halides, paper

Dimensions

Height: 15 Inches; Width: 12 Inches

"All human emotion is headquartered in the love of self."
(Dominic Rouse - The Artist's Journal, March 2008)

Dominic Rouse - 'The less deceived' (2000)

This print is impeccably crafted to the artist's exacting specifications using Fuji Crystal Archive fine art photographic paper and is in mint condition.

Paper size - 15" x 12" (38 x 30cm)
Image size - 13" x 10" (33 x 25cm)
Signed & numbered in black ink on rear with gallery stamp
Certificate of Print Authenticity
Title & copyright details printed under image
Edition of 250

PLEASE NOTE - the edition number of the print you receive will not necessarily correspond to the number of the print that appears in the listing photographs.

The image is inspired by Philip Larkin's poem 'Deceptions' which was itself prompted by an article in 'London, Labour and the Poor' (Mayhew, Henry 1851–1861) in which a young woman recounts her experience at the hands of a man who drugged and raped her.

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THE ARTIST
Dominic Rouse has been described as one of the most interesting photographers working today. He is a visionary in the truest sense of the word and his work probably has more in common with painting than photography. Brooks Jensen, the editor of America's LensWork Magazine, has said that Rouse does not take pictures of the world, he makes photographs of his mind. His unique vision and mastery of his craft set him apart from most of the other photographers who use the computer in their practice. His work may appear to be rooted in the past but it is the product of a seamless blend of the latest digital technologies and the timeless qualities of large format photography.
"All human emotion is headquartered in the love of self."
(Dominic Rouse - The Artist's Journal, March 2008)

Dominic Rouse - 'The less deceived' (2000)

This print is impeccably crafted to the artist's exacting specifications using Fuji Crystal Archive fine art photographic paper and is in mint condition.

Paper size - 15" x 12" (38 x 30cm)
Image size - 13" x 10" (33 x 25cm)
Signed & numbered in black ink on rear with gallery stamp
Certificate of Print Authenticity
Title & copyright details printed under image
Edition of 250

PLEASE NOTE - the edition number of the print you receive will not necessarily correspond to the number of the print that appears in the listing photographs.

The image is inspired by Philip Larkin's poem 'Deceptions' which was itself prompted by an article in 'London, Labour and the Poor' (Mayhew, Henry 1851–1861) in which a young woman recounts her experience at the hands of a man who drugged and raped her.

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THE ARTIST
Dominic Rouse has been described as one of the most interesting photographers working today. He is a visionary in the truest sense of the word and his work probably has more in common with painting than photography. Brooks Jensen, the editor of America's LensWork Magazine, has said that Rouse does not take pictures of the world, he makes photographs of his mind. His unique vision and mastery of his craft set him apart from most of the other photographers who use the computer in their practice. His work may appear to be rooted in the past but it is the product of a seamless blend of the latest digital technologies and the timeless qualities of large format photography.

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