Ancient Dialogues

Following on from a successful exhibition at Albumen Gallery, Ancient Dialogues presents and juxtaposes images of ancient Greek sculpture with modern figure studies, drawing on this well-spring of artistic inspiration, exploring notions of love and eroticism. The first print run is 25 copies only.



Photographs: William Stewart
2019, 42pp, 44 images
Softcover, Matte paper
First edition: 25 copies
ISBN: 978-0-9858544-6-1

Price: $20.00 (USD) + $6 (postage and packaging)





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