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Los Angeles at night - #1 Limited Edition of 1 Photograph

M E Segantini

Photography, Color on Paper

Size: 16 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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Image size 14x11.5in circa on 16x20 inches Fujicolor Glossy Paper This is a one-of-a-kind print, part of a series of 4x5 large format negatives and transparencies captured using a Sinar 4x5 view camera. The photograph features a color image taken during "magic light" in Downtown Los Angeles. It is the only print in existence and has been cherished by the photographer for many years. Saatchi is now offering it for sale for the first time. What makes this print unique is that it was hand-printed by the photographer and cannot be replicated using the same process and paper. The photographer will personally sign the print at the time of sale, either on the front or back according to your preference.

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Photography:Color on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:16 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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Born in Germany and raised in Italy, Elena moved to the United States at the age of 24. Descendant of the great painter Giovanni Segantini, from father’s side and of the photographer and painter Giovanni Magrin from mother’s side, she was able to finally follow her passion once in the USA where her talent was recognized and she was granted a scholarship to start at one of the most prestigious Art Schools in the world called Art Center College of Design. Author of the iconic image that launched the first I-phone for Apple Ad Campaign in 2006 "the Lily flower", Elena's images are the reflection of her "Soul". The Fashion world is what inspired her the most since ever but she has been photographing from Fashion to Travel to Portraits to Architectural and so on … anything and everything that is related to capturing the beauty of this world. Her sensitivity towards people and things is heightened by her vision of L.I.F.E and her conscious freedom of spirit which has brought her to became also an excellent and inspiring writer and gives her the capability to "steal" a piece of her subjects' soul and imprint it in her images. M.Elena Segatini graduated with Distinction (Summa cum Laude) from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California in December of 1999. She works today between Europe and USA. She is represented for Stock Images by Getty Images, Corbis, Art+Commerce and SheStock images and for her Art Pieces by Saathci Art. Some of her clients include: Marie Claire, Elle, Vogue Gioiello, Apple, Adidas, Reader's Digest, Mattel, Zoom Magazine, Vicenza Oro Magazine, etc. In 2006 she started dedicating some of her time to Wedding Photography creating elegant, romantic and beautiful images that are the representation of that special and unique style of hers with a touch of Fashion. In June of 2010 she was nominated by "White Sposa" in Milan one of the top 4 photographers "of excellence" for Moda Sposa in Italy. Her beautiful image of the Lily Flower that made the first campaign for i-phone has been represented by Getty Images for many years and it is now since November 2020 full property of the Artist . It will finally become a Limited Edition Collection which is going to be custom printed for the first time ever since the creation of the shot in 2003. The Limited Edition will be available only to few collectors worldwide and it will be an amazing Fine Art print of that beautiful pink flower.

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