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Baron Adolf de Meyer

The Debussy of photography French Photographer, 1868 – 1946 by Marion Theron Known for his celebrity portrait photographs, Baron Adolf de Meyer’s early life is characterised by obscurity, possibly initiated...
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Thierry Lauber

“Isolation and melancholy, a Romantic wanderer  seeking the strangeness, the beauty and the dark side of nature” Photographer Interview – France Mary Vareli: You shoot inspired mobile images. Tell us...
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Katie Eleanor

“Love, fantasy, death, decay” Photographer – Interview, Εngland Mary Vareli: Tell us a few things about your studies and your decision to become a photographer. Katie Eleanor: Photography has always...
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Kenneth Anger

dream sequence, dance, dark fantasy, eroticism Filmmaker, actor,  author, occultist “Films are close to being dreams – and in dreams, you don’t have to analyse what everything means.” ΚΑ Article...
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Henry Holiday

“Concentrated loveliness” English historical genre and landscape painter, stained glass designer, illustrator and sculptor  (1839 – 1927) Henry Holiday (17 June 1839 – 15 April 1927) was an English historical...
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Beatriz Martin Vidal

“Strange things, fairytales, lullabies, children games” Writer & Illustrator – Interview, Spain Mary Vareli: When did you realize you had the need to paint? Was your family environment supportive? Beatriz:...
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