Graham Lott

Rose Garden No. 07

Quick Overview

These are uncut roses, still on the plant, and photographed at mid-day, despite the deceptive lacquerwork effect that suspends them against the dead of night. Roses naturally group themselves in these charmed bundles, calling into question our lingering obsession with a type of naturalism that is actually severed from nature, evidenced by the abundance of cut-flower still life's stretching back to 17th-century Dutch painting. The pressing desire to domesticate, to beautify the already beautiful.

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We print using archival pigment inks on a traditional photo fibre base paper with a luster finish.  The quoted size is for the paper size, not the image itself.  All of our prints have a .5 inch border on all sides to allow for framing.  We do not alter the aspect ratio, nor do we crop the image.

Rose Garden No. 07
  • Rose Garden No. 07
  • Rose Garden No. 07
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About The Image:

Baroque Beauties - The allure of the rose series is the stunning simplicity. We love how Graham took something as common as a rose and made us look at it in a whole new light. These images remind us of the embellished Baroque period, yet are so of-the-moment. Just as Graham found beauty in the natural grouping of flowers, we think these images work well as a series. Pick three and create a triptich. Or, for greater impact, try your favorite in a 30x40.

Prints arrive with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the photographer. Each certificate has the edition number, image description.

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