Wrapped in White is a fine art photography print from photographer Robert Farber's Polaroid series depicting a semi-nude woman wrapped in gauzy white fabric. Farber first began working with the SX70 Polaroid camera in the early 1970s. The film enabled Farber to create painterly and moody images in his signature style. This series is now a crucial component of Farber's extensive fine art portfolio. A favorite artist of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, who published his first book By the Sea while an editor at Doubleday, Robert Farber is a legend in the photography world. Seamlessly melding commercial and fine art photography, Farber has shot for brands ranging from Paramount to Peugeot and has lectured at the Smithsonian Institute. Farber's impressionistic photographs depict a world of glamour and beauty. Farber's photographs fall in direct lineage with Man Ray, Helmut Newton, and Henri Cartier Bresson.
White wood frame with 87% UV protection plexi and an acid-free foam core backing
L 19 1/2" x W 16 1/2"