Blossfeldt - Plate 34

 Original photolithography by: Karl Blossfeldt (1865–1932) 

Blossfeldt is recognised for his extensive and unique collection of photographic plant portraits that reveal the tactile qualities, intricate forms and uncanny aspects of flora. His fusion of scientific observation, sculptural form and surreal composition pioneered an artistic style that forged new approaches to modern art and photography. Working at the junction of Art Nouveau and Modernism, Blossfeldt developed a series of homemade cameras that allowed him to photograph plant surfaces in  unprecedented magnified detail. Working as a tutor in Berlin from the late nineteenth century until his death, Blossfeldt’s works were primarily used as teaching tools and were brought to public attention in 1928 by his first publication Urformen der Kunst (Art Forms in Nature). Swiftly regarded as a seminal book on photography, Blossfeldt’s factual yet finely detailed imagery was praised by Walter Benjamin, adopted by the Surrealists and mass produced in magazines and books. 

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- Original photolithography
- Printed in 1935
- Karl Blossfeldt
- Urformen der Kunst
- Matted 

Measurements:

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Size of the print: 19.5 x 26.0 cm. 
Size of the matting: 34.0 x 37.0 cm. 

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Skillfully matted, using museum-quality cardboard. This will ensure correct preservation of this antique item.