Artistic Nude by London based artist Gregory Brown
The idea behind ARTISTIC NUDE was to create a collection of photographs that offer more than just impressive non-photoshopped nudes in strange places or poses. Photographer Gregory Brown created a interesting mix of landscape – travel – architecture – storytelling and beautiful models in a poetic composition.
Original photo print on aluminium Dibond behind acrylic glass
The finest photo print in artistic perfection. As a gallery-quality mounting, the original photo print on aluminium Dibond. We use only the highest quality, brand-name paper from Tecco or Ilford for your photo.
For the mounting under acrylic glass, a premium photo print is sealed under a polished, premium acrylic glass sheet using durable elastic silicone. The acrylic mounting is then set on a solid, 3 mm / .12” thick aluminium Dibond composite board with the edges precision cut using a CNC cutting machine. Once set on the triple-reinforced base, the work has the ideal protection against loss of shape.
A mounting under crystal clear acrylic glass is one of the most sophisticated presentation variations for artistic photography. The artwork has impressive depth, luminous colours, and “floats” frame-free in a modern, minimalistic style.
Your artwork will be delivered with a professional, pre-mounted hanging system attached. A gallery rail surrounding the back of your image lets you hang it on the wall quickly and easily, while also serving as an elegant spacer. This gives your image a “floating” effect, and highlights the pure, modern style of this presentation format.
What professionals say about the work of Gregory Brown:
„The breadth of the work is impressive and although Gregory goes further than I would. His quality of lighting, model collaboration and concepts is impeachable.
Nude work like the artistic nude series raises the bar for all of us and sets the genre on a level which is light years away from the tabloid view of the (mostly) female body. It`s a true inspiration ..“
„Extrodinary photos and some of the most artistic poises I’ve seen in photography.“