Dogwood

by Karl Blossfeldt
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Details

Size: 10.2 x 7.6 inches
Medium: Vintage Photogravure
Year: 1928

Description

Small parts of a branch of the Dogwood:
Cornus nuttallii: enlarged 12 times.
Cornus nuttallii: enlarged 8 times.
Cornus florida. Boxwood of N. America, Flowering Dogwood: enlarged 25 times. 
Plate 15 of Urformen der Kunst.

  • ABOUT Karl Blossfeldt

    German photographer, sculptor and professor Karl Blossfeldt is known for his close-up photographs of plants and their natural structure, focusing mainly on the repetitive patterns found in nature’s texture and forms. Though Blossfeldt never received any formal training in photography, his photographs are among the most innovative works of the time. His works were published in 1928, in the form of a book “Urformen der Kunst”, which quickly became an international bestseller. Inspired by nature, he believed that plants should be valued as totally artistic and architectural structures.
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