Sale art photo Ref. 2367
Clair de Lune

by photographer


Pricing varies upon the size and number of copies
A2 (42 x 59cm): $350 - Limited edition to 20
A3 (30 x 42cm): $150 - Limited edition to 100

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The series is inspired from the poem “Laments From the Royal Harem” written in the 18th century, by Nguyễn Gia Thiều. The poet tells the destiny a woman of the royal harem which was similar to his own.

First a favorite of the king, she had been abandoned, falling into an oblivion made of misery and bitterness.

As a metaphor  the moonlight in this photo describes the inner sentiment of a fragile beauty. The concubine invokes it as her friend who can share her sadness.


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Why this print is an artwork for the collectors

  • It is signed by the artist
  • It is printed in limited editions. Number of editions is depending upon the format
  • We use the best ink and fine art papers (Canson, Ilford, Hahnemuhle) for a lifetime quality
  • You will receive a certificate of authenticity