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Young Woman with Hornbill Headdress, New Guinea

Fred Stichnoth
2016
Photography
Fine art gicleé print on Hahnemühle Bamboo paper
100 x 100 x 0 cm
Embossed stamp signature
Medium Format: Limited to 15; Large Format: Limited to 10
Available For Sale
Nature,Culture,Tribal,Indigenous
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Size: Medium Format: 70.0cm x 70.0cm, Large Format: 100.0cm x 100.0cm; Good To Know: Artwork is shipped directly from the artist studio; Arty-Fact: Fred Stichnoth studied photography using large format cameras as an assistant to German portrait artist, Walter Schels. After a star-studded career photographing the likes of Chrissy Hynde, Wim Wenders, Pink Floyd and Nina Hagen, as well as directing high fashion shoots for European magazines, the next obvious step was a move to Paris. But overwhelming him was a longing for peace and nature. "I reached a point where I knew I could not expand unless I moved permanently to one of the fashion capitals. I had fallen in love with fashion photography but I realised I also had a wish to create my own visions, far away from commercial work." - Fred Stichnoth

Exhibition

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"Paradise Found - East Indies Series" by Fred Stichnothhttps://addictedgallery.com/birds-of-paradise-preserving-the-disappearing-tribes-of-the-east-indies-through-portraiture06 August,2018

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