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envy

Product Description
106 x 88 cm, silver gelatin print.

Moersch SE developer #6 / Selenium Toned / Waxed

In the valley, the river winds its way looking for the easiest path down. At times timid but always determined. Some hill, resembling a burial mound, in the middle of the river forces it to follow a different path. The river obliges patiently, knowing it will not be stopped anyway. The title 'Envy' is the title of a poem by Mary Lamb, an English poetess from 18th -19th Century. In it she writes about how useless it is if a rose-tree wants to bear violet blue flowers. 

Sku: Edition 1+1 AP
Framing
€1,750.00
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