Resting after the Storm, Camargue

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All photographs by M.C. Greve are printed in a Limited Edition of 14 and 2 AP.

Please note that edition 11, 12, 13 have a surplus of 25% and edition 14 a surplus of 50%.

The photographs are printed on acid free Hahnemuhle RAG bright white Fine Art Paper with a color guarantee of 80 years by a dedicated and certified printing atelier. They are then mounted on aluminum.

The photographs are numbered, signed and sealed with a unique number on the back.

Each photograph will be framed ‘floating’ in a wooden frame together with its sealed authentic certificate.

Prices are including 9% VAT on the photograph and 21% VAT on the framework.

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‘Resting after the Storm, Camargue France 2014’ by Dutch fine art photographer Marie-Claire Greve.

This photograph was taken in May 2014 in the Camargue, France. We had to wait long for the thunderstorm to leave the area before we could get out to work. Just after storms the light is just simply stunning so we were a bit in a hurry. The wind was still howling through the marshlands of the Camargue. The horses where clearly to be seen tired and done. This little foal used its mothers back to shelter from the last winds and rest after the storm.

 

All photographs by M.C. Greve are printed in an edition of maximum 14 and 2 AP.

Please note that edition 11, 12, 13 have a surplus of 25% and edition 14 a surplus of 50%.

The photographs are printed on acid free Hahnemuhle RAG bright white Fine Art paper with a color guarantee of 80 years by a dedicated and certified printing atelier. They are then mounted on aluminum.

The photographs are numbered, signed and sealed with a unique number on the back.

Each photograph will be framed in a DIY floated wooden frame together with its sealed authentic certificate.

Prices are including 9% VAT on the photograph and 21% VAT on the framework.

About the photographer

Marie-Claire Greve (1966) is a Dutch fine art photographer. She turned to photography in 2013 in order to share the passion for nature and wildlife she had since childhood. Her visit to Hugo van Lawick, when he was recording his film ‘Cheetah Family’ in the Serengeti, Tanzania, confirmed her profound desire to be in nature. She also completely fell in love with the continent Africa. When she took her photography to a next level by studying the camera, she soon felt completely at ease using and playing with the camera to capture nature the way she experienced it.

Soon a first invitation followed to exhibit her work. She learned that she could use her photographs to tell the story she wanted to share and herewith fulfill her personal desire to commit herself through her work, to the preservation of nature. She has since worked in over 10 different countries, from France to Japan, Iceland to Africa, to create her recognisable luminescent, painterly photographs.

‘When I’m out in nature I tend to forget all about the so-called ‘rules’ of photography and love to experiment with my camera. I try to use unusual perspectives and angles, or capture motion to trick the eye. My personal preference is to work with anything that moves. Wind, water and wildlife. And to work with soft, magical light that create the pastel tones I am looking for.’

 

All net revenue from this photo benefit nature conservation projects and the work of Alliance for Nature.

 

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Resting after the Storm, Camargue France | Marie-Claire Greve

 

 

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