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Follow the White Rabbit - (final print) Limited Ed. 5 / 5
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Follow the White Rabbit - (final print) Limited Ed. 5 / 5 Photograph

Paul Brouns

Netherlands

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Size: 47.2 W x 47.2 H x 1.2 D in

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The Sprinkenhof in Hamburg is really sparked my imagination during a brief stay in Hamburg in 2017. Looking up the fantastic facades in the courtyard made me wish to see more of it, so I extended the majestic window experience. The rabbit shaped cloud above provided the title. No. 4 of a limited edition of 5, personally signed and certified Original limited edition print on high quality photo paper behind plexiglass (Diasec). The plexiglass gives the image remarkable depth and brilliance to the image. For extra stability it has an aluminum Dibond base and it comes with a metal frame for direct wall mount.

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Photography Print:Color on Aluminium

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5

Size:47.2 W x 47.2 H x 1.2 D in

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Paul Brouns (1967) is a photographing artist living near Amsterdam. Observing the urban world, he is attracted by the abstract, rhythmic poetry of buildings. Available in limited editions, his work has been exhibited worldwide and sold to collectors, ranging from Tokyo, Seoul and New Delhi, to New York, London and Amsterdam. In the series "Urban Tapestries" façades are captured frontally, filling the entire composition. Because of their simplicity and shallow depth, attention is drawn to rhythm, colour and light on the surfaces. Its counterpart is the "Perspective Play" series. In these works visual depth and converging lines of perspective are used to fill the image plane with repeating elements. In both series sometimes photographic images are manipulated. Expanded surfaces and enhanced feelings of scale give the work a hypnotic attraction.

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