Capucines (after Henri Fantin-Latour and Eugene Atget)

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Acquired in 2005 (the spelunker thinks)

artist
Rideal, Liz
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PDP
credit
Given by the artist
date_end
2000-12-31
date_start
2000-01-01
date_text
2000 (photographed)
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'Capucines (after Eugene Atget and Henri Fantin-Latour', 2000, photocollage by Liz Rideal (born 1954)
dimensions
Height: 81 cm, Width: 64 cm
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id
293264
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last_checked
2014-08-30T12:29:05.000Z
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2014-08-30T12:29:05.000Z
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location
In Storage
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materials
materials_techniques
Photobooth photograph collage
museum_number
E.283-2005
museum_number_token
e2832005
object_number
O112339
object_type
Photograph
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physical_description
Strips of uncut photobooth photographs mounted onto museum board with pva, depicting Nasturtiums grown in photographer's garden.
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This collage is made up of uncut strips of photo-booth photographs of nasturtiums from the photographer’s garden. The strips were assembled to form a single art work, showing the subtle variations of the flowers over time. The choice of subject was inspired by a photograph of nasturtiums by the French photographer Eugène Atget (1857–1927) and the oil painting Nasturtiums (1880) by Henri Fantin-Latour (1836–1904), which is in the V&A collection (Museum no. S.EX.24-1884). The uniqueness of the collage is in stark contrast to the mass-production technology used to create it.
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2
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slug
capucines-after-henri-fantin-latour-photograph-rideal-liz
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2013-12-02T00:00:00.000Z
techniques
title
Capucines (after Henri Fantin-Latour and Eugene Atget)
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vanda_exhibition_history
year_end
2000
year_start
2000