4.15.2009


carved from the landscape


rebecca, the wife
of paul strand


like a giacometti figure

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

very arresting

Anonymous said...

I should think this was more like G Richter or A Weyeth than Giacometti [note the two t's]who did not paint anyone "realistically" nor any women with such rugged handsome features...

Jenny said...

Stunning photos. And a handsome woman; she's got a nice strong profile.

Ria said...

These photographs look like scenes in an Ingmar Bergman film.

And Rebecca has an interesting face. Almodovar would love her.

C. Lynn said...

She reminds me of what I'd imagine the stone woman character in A.S. Byatt's short story from The New Yorker would look like in the flesh:
http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2003/10/13/031013fi_fiction

Fanny said...

Beautiful pictures, makes me want to grow old gracefully.
x

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