Fine Art Giclée Print
Original works: Alfred Steiglitz /Georgia O’Keeffe
Print Dimensions: 30cm x 24cm
Framed in Dark Stained Australian Oak
This photograph, one of more than three hundred images Stieglitz made of O’Keeffe (1887–1986) between 1917 and 1937.
Stieglitz believed that portraiture concerned more than merely the face and that it should be a record of a person’s entire experience, a mosaic of expressive movements, emotions, and gestures that would function collectively to evoke a life.
Hands have a certain poetry to them and in this along with his other portraits of Georgia’s hands you can feel the love and admiration he had for her and her beauty.
“To demand the portrait that will be a complete portrait of any person,” he claimed, “is as futile as to demand that a motion picture be condensed into a single still.”