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Photography: Colour, Digital on Paper.
'Elegant Elegy' from Surreal Fashion (2014) by Miss Aniela. Large edition of 3 plus 1AP. Size 98 x 106cm.
Shot with private taxidermy collection at Chateau de Challain, France, featuring handmade dress by Kirsty Mitchell.
"With a blast of haze and a flash of lights, this deathly scene was born, like a warped Nativity; a premonition of history, an Elegant Elegy, with the beautiful American redhead's expression of biblical emotion as if the world was on her shoulders."
Giclée on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Pearl paper, the most premium quality delivering Miss Aniela's art as vibrant in print as you see onscreen. Printed with 2cm white border.
Your print will be produced to the highest standards, proofed, checked and packed rolled in a tube sent by courier. The paper is of the highest quality specially selected by the artist. Comes with signed & numbered certificate of authenticity, which guarantees your print is a work of art, only available at the editions stated. This can be affixed to the back when framed.
As the next print in this edition will be the last (3/3) and will be premium price, take the opportunity now to purchase 2/3.
Also available as small edition of 10 plus 2AP, at 38 x 42cm, and medium edition of 5 plus 2AP, at 68 x 74cm. For XL edition please contact us.
About the Artist
British artist Miss Aniela (Natalie Dybisz, b. 1986) mixes art and fashion photography to create a fine balance of contemporary creativity. Her work centres on a fusion of traditional imagery and digitally enhanced motifs, interweaving in a surreal composition.
Her longstanding collection Surreal Fashion has been exhibited and collected all over the globe. In the imagery, Miss Aniela depicts contemporary models with a reference to Renaissance and Dutch masters, shooting in stately home settings across Europe and US. Larger-than-life characters preside over a dreamlike tableaux of chandeliers, taxidermy and four-poster beds; motifs for another, utopic world of the past that we long to inhabit.