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Baby's Breath 1/10

Baby's Breath 1/10

ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE/1982

Robert Mapplethorpe is no doubt a founding father to modern photography. Through iconic black-and-white imagery, Mapplethorpe gained both recognition and infamy with his often controversial work. Themes of sexuality, race, and gender reflected the conversations buzzing in the streets during the 70s/80s New York City art scene. Even in his classic 'Baby's Breath,' Mapplethorpe uses high-contrast and symmetric composition to further communicate the duality of sophistication and provocative art. Considering that a majority of his work is explicit, this limited edition print will allow you to celebrate Mapplethrope in your space without startling visitors.

 

ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE (AMERICAN 1946-1989), BABY'S BREATH, SILVER GELATIN PHOTOGRAPH. IMAGE: 15 X 15 IN. (38.10 X 38.10 CM.), FRAME: 25 X 25 IN. (63.50 X 63.50 CM.) PROVENANCE: FROM A DISTINGUISHED D.C. ESTATE PURCHASED IN DECEMBER 8, 1986, FROM THE ROBERT MILLER GALLERY IN NYC WITH ORIGINAL RECEIPT.
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