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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