By David Hamilton
Photos via David Hamilton
Text by way of Denise Couttes
Publisher: versions Robert Laffont (1976)
Collection of color photographs of pubescent and/or post-pubescent ladies via Hamilton and which he made public for the 1st time during this quantity. "These are valuable, priviledged moments while Hamilton's younger versions abandon themselves absolutely to his adoration in their flowering in loveliness"
What is there to not like approximately David Hamilton's images? "The top of..." doesn't start to conceal the breadth of his paintings, yet is a wonderful style of his paintings. It captures the wonderful thing about nature, early life, adulthood, eroticism, sensuality, thought,humor, interest, tranquility during the eyes of his lenses, and his personal stylistic interpretation. "The most sensible of...." is, in a word, rest for the eyes.
I were keen on Hamilton's because the 1970's. He has a private approach with the women he images that permits them to be themselves, blameless and uncertain - but thoroughly erotic. it's a disgrace that we're so hung up on 'age', in our society, yet then, no longer all people has an analogous motivation as Hamilton. The pictures of those ladies are awfully beautiful.
We should still get pleasure from his detailed talents, for now not in view that Balthus or Brockhurts has an artist been in a position to catch the genuine fantastic thing about the adolescent girl.
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