Drew Doggett, Blanc I
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Drew Doggett, Blanc I

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ARTIST Drew Doggett
DIMENSIONS paper size, 30"L x 42"W; image size, 24"L x 36"W
MADE OF archival inkjet print on Hahnemühle FineArt Baryta paper
PHOTOGRAPHER Drew Doggett
PLEASE NOTE This item is not framed. Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU 77322230
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 10 - Jul 20
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Photographer and filmmaker Drew Doggett tells extraordinary stories of diverse cultures and communities through a fashion-inspired lens. Through both intimate and expansive perspectives, he reveals his subjects in vivid detail. His photographic work can be found in private and public collections globally, notably the Smithsonian African Art Museum and the Mariners’ Museum, and he has received over 90 awards and honors for his images including a distinction from the Royal Photographic Society. Doggett has also been featured in many publications such as Condé Nast Traveler, Photographer Magazine, Professional Photographer Magazine, and Outside Magazine, and has partnered with brands like Hasselblad and Leica. His short films have received critical attention, notably at the Big Sur International Film Festival and the PBS Online Film Festival.
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This breathtaking close-up image from Drew Doggett is part of his "Band of Rebels: White Horses of Camargue" series. The all-white horses of Camargue are most identifiable by their signature color and prominent features; they are believed to have descended from prehistoric horses dating back 17,000 years. For this series, Doggett documents the grace, power, and majesty of these wild animals against the monotone backdrop of their native habitat in Camargue, a remote part of Southern France. From a limited edition of 125, this work is printed on Hahnemühle FineArt Baryta paper, which sets the standard for image definition and color depth. Each print includes an embossed certificate of authenticity and is signed and numbered.

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Photographer and filmmaker Drew Doggett tells extraordinary stories of diverse cultures and communities through a fashion-inspired lens. Through both intimate and expansive perspectives, he reveals his subjects in vivid detail. His photographic work can be found in private and public collections globally, notably the Smithsonian African Art Museum and the Mariners’ Museum, and he has received over 90 awards and honors for his images including a distinction from the Royal Photographic Society. Doggett has also been featured in many publications such as Condé Nast Traveler, Photographer Magazine, Professional Photographer Magazine, and Outside Magazine, and has partnered with brands like Hasselblad and Leica. His short films have received critical attention, notably at the Big Sur International Film Festival and the PBS Online Film Festival.
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