David Hamilton (1933-2016) - Le nu

Description
David Hamilton (1933-2016) - Le nu
Photolithography - Artist's stamp, Signed - 200 - 1996

Original poster printed in photolithography
on 70 x 50 cm cardstock paper.

Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist, edition of 200.

Blind stamped ‘David Hamilton, Ramatuelle’.

Print in mint condition.


DAVID HAMILTON

David Hamilton (15th of April 1933 – 25th of November 2016) was a British photographer and film director best known for his photography of young women and girls, mostly in the nude. His signature soft focus style was called the "Hamilton Blur", which was erroneously thought to be achieved by smearing Vaseline on the lens of his camera. It was not created that way. Citation needed Hamilton's images became part of an "art or pornography" debate. In the 2000s, however, his work went out of fashion and he was suspected of paedophile inclinations. In the fall of 2016, several women accused him of abusing them when they were underage. He was found dead a few days later at his home, apparently having committed suicide.

Lot details
Artist
David Hamilton (1933-2016)
Title of artwork
Le nu
Technique
Photolithography
Edition
200
Signature
Artist's stamp, Signed
Date of print
1996
Condition
Very fine
Image size
70×50 cm
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