2.125,00 incl. tax

Fine (Songs for soprano),  2014

Inkjet on Hahnemühle Photo Rag, 308 gr.
Framed in uncoated nutwood frame w/museum glass
Edition 01/05 + 2 AP’s
Size 60 x 45 cm (frame size 62,5 x 47,5 cm)
Signed, numbered and provided with a certificate of authentification.
Shipping: Pick up by appointment at Galerie Caroline O’Breen or at the artist’s atelier, both in Amsterdam.

This photo is part of my photo essay ‘Songs for soprano’ on the life and times of Anna Witsen. Anna and her family lived on the estate of Ewijckshoeve, the Witsens’ country house in the 1880’s and my own childhood home a century later. Willem Witsen was a Dutch painter, etcher and photographer associated with the Amsterdam Impressionism movement. Thanks to his generosity, Ewijckshoeve became a gathering place for writers, musicians and painters and formed the backdrop of the Tachtigers movement who proclaimed the principle of l’art pour l’art.

Please take a look at the whole photo essay ‘Songs for soprano’ and download the artist statement.

This fine art is offered in an authorized, signed and numbered limited edition of 3 images. There is no other size edition. There are no unauthorized, unsigned and/or unnumbered impressions. There are 2 additional ‘artist proofs’ outside the regular edition. The original digital file has not been destroyed. The photographer reserves the right to reproduce prints outside the limited edition for promotional purposes, in books, magazines, exhibitions and press cards. These reproductions are not considered originals but may augment the value of your original.

More information and on view on request: Galerie Caroline O’Breen, Amsterdam



Fine is one of the first photo’s I made for my series ‘Songs for soprano’ about the life and times of Anna Witsen. It is a lost flower I found on the floor of the place where Anna used to live with her family.