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Daniëlle van Zadelhoff’s pictorial epiphanies


Daniëlle van Zadelhoff, born in Holland but now living in Belgium, started taking photographs six years ago and her aesthetic is distinctive and personal. Her photographs echo 17th-century paintings by artists like Rubens and Jordaens as well as Cranach the Elder but they also evoke the work of 15th-century Flemish painters like Hans Memling and Rogier van der Weyden. Such a wealth of art history, however, is blended with a sense of the contemporary and this is what gives them an unmistakable identity of their own. A photobook published by Stockmans captures the beauty of van Zadelhoff’s mysteriously alluring portraits.The influence […]

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