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Dominic Rouse

Dead Man's Hill, 1999

Photography : C-print 12 x 18 inch

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Dominic Rouse, Dead Man's Hill

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Artwork sold in perfect condition

A vintage steam train photographed on the 'Poppy Line' climbing Dead Man's Hill near the Norfolk village of Weybourne, England in July 1999. Print - Chromogenic print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper Paper Size - 18" x 12" (45 x 30 cm) Image Size - 16" x 10" (41 x 25 cm) Edition - 250 prints Image Date - July 1999 Print Date - July 2015 Catalogue - S-DHR0007-FU18x12 Condition - Mint Gallery stamp, signature and edition number in black ink on rear Certificate of Print Authenticity Please note that the edition number of the print you receive may differ from the one shown in the listing photographs. Ships in a large PVC tube using Registered Mail with online tracking.
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Professional art gallery • Roi-Et, Thailand

Artsper seller since 2017

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Medium
Dimensions cm inch
12 x 18 inch
Framing
Not framed
Type
Numbered and limited to 250 copies
1 copy available
Authenticity
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Signature
Signed artwork
Colors

orange

Tags

Fields

Sky

Farm

Clouds

Landscape

Themes

Landscape

Vehicles

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Dominic Rouse

Dominic Rouse

United Kingdom • Born in: 1959

Surrealist Artists

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British artists

Born in 1959, Dominic Rouse is an English photographer. He started his career as a photojournalist in 1976 at the age of 16. He opened his first commercial studio in 1986 and ten years later bought a computer and started working on more personal art projects. His singular vision and his mastery of techniques distinguish him from many other photographers who use the computer in their practice. Dominic Rouse is a visionary in the artistic sense of the term and his work has probably more in common with painting than with photography. His work may seem anchored in the past, but it is the product of a combination of the lastest digital techonologies and the timeless qualities of big format photography resulting in dark silver paintings of undeclared meaning. "Life can be assimilated in a film shown only once to a captive audience of one - a dark cell in which the level of illumination is determined by the solitary occupant. Art is not made by men and women that are wise but by those in search of wisdom, seeking wisdom and to known thelmselves, it is all we can know and to say something means nothing, there is nothing left to say" according to Dominic Rouse in 2007. His work is exhibited internationally, in England as well as in the United States, in prestigious galleries and fairs, including at the Fresh Art Fair in London. He was name one of the most interesting photographers of this times. Brooks Jensen, editor in chief of the American magazine "LensWork", declared that Rouse does not take pictures of the world, he makes pictures of his soul.
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