Josef Sudek´s famous piece "The Last Rose" is an example of a sophisticated still life made up of discontinuous objects that the artist chose for visually aesthetic quality. The photograph was created during Sudek´s peak period when he produced several large, world-famous series, such as "My Studio Window" (1940 - 1954), "Walking Through My Garden" (1944-1953), "The Garden of My Studio" (1950 – 1970) and also "Still Life on the Window of my Studio" (1950 - 1958). To capture his famous views out of the studio window and the remarkable still life Sudek used large-format camera.
Josef Sudek along with František Drtikol are the most appreciated Czech photographers. Sudek's photo “The Last Rose” along with Drtikol's “The Wave” are considered to be the most precious in Czech photography. Both photographs are part of the collection at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague (UPM).
Gelatin-silver print on hand-made paper for Leica Gallery Prague.
Each sheet of paper is individually produced using traditional, hand-made technique.
Selection of material (100% cotton hand-made paper) and attention to detail guarantees unique appearance of each sheet of paper with a minimum life expectancy of 300 years.
The print is treated with UV filter to prevent fading.
Packed in cellophane sack and lacquered box.
The item will ship as priority mail, well packed.
Delivery in EU within 4 days.
- Josef Sudek (1896-1976)
- Título de la obra
- The Last Rose, 1956
- Impresión en gelatina de plata
- Sello de la galería
- Estado original
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 27×21 cm
- Dimensiones totales
- 42×0.5×32 cm