Forbidden Flower

Miss Aniela

TitleForbidden Flower
ArtistMiss Aniela
Price From £2,995.00

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Photography: Digital, Colour, Manipulated on Paper.

'Forbidden Flower' from Surreal Fashion by Miss Aniela.


Surreal Fashion piece featuring butterflies 'caught' from an array of classic paintings by artists spanning 16th - 19th centuries: Carstian Luyckx, Rachel Ruysch, Ambrosius Bosschaert, Abraham Mignon, Adriaen Coorte, Balthasar Van Der Ast, Eelke Jelles Eelkema, Franz Leitger, Melchior d'Hondecoeter, and Jan Davidsz. Model shot in the dungeons of the Chateau Challain, France.

Giclée on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Pearl paper, the most premium quality delivering Miss Aniela's art as vibrant in print as you seen onscreen. Printed with 2cm white handling border in addition to size stated.

Your artwork will be produced to the highest standards, proofed, checked and quality assured by Miss Aniela's Master Printer. Your print comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity signed by the artist, which guarantees your print is a work of art limited in the edition stated. The certificate can be affixed to the back of the piece when framed

About the Artist

Miss Aniela

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.

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