In a photograph taken in 1940, a child, Elsie Voysey, sits on a rock looking out to sea with her pet dog. They both have the sun-drenched, tousled hair of a long summer spent in the outdoors. This print comes with a pair of cotton gloves which are ideal for safe handling of the image and will help to maintain the quality of the finish. Ranging from sharp geometric layers to soft photos of children playing and reading, Philip Gendreau’s work sees the world just a little more sharply than we do. Patterns emerge, stories write themselves. He is a true master of photographic art. This nostalgic photograph is from the Bettman Archive.