Morning Light on Polyxena, Firenze. Inkjet Print on Hanhmühle Baryta

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Being the last of Giambologna's sculptures and very much in the Mannerist style. The morning light exposes the beauty and agony of this exquisitely crafted by hand subject matter.

Housed in the Loggia de Lanzi and created just after the height of the renaissance.

Giambologna worked as the court sculptor to Medici Duke Cosimo.

Natalie's use of light creates beauty out of the dark and disturbing. Light creates hope and even a sense of romance. Florence is a living museum with beauty surrounding you at every turn. Natalie's love for Italy pulls her back, always, finding new life in old beauty.

Part of her Florence work from 2010 - 2023

This piece is Edition 1/11

The inkjet print is printed on the beautiful Hahnemühle Baryta.
This paper is perfect for Natalies works as they result in outstanding colour and details with deep blacks and perfect contrasts. This paper also works to create elegant sheen with glare.

Museum quality for highest age resistance , Acid free.

315gsm, 100% cotton.



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