The Douglas Brothers, Stuart and Andrew, combine a 19th century pictorialist tradition with a contemporary sensibility. They relax focus and court movement, marginalizing light and celebrating shadow. Darkness illuminates their subjects. They spent a decade developing their imprint, quickly becoming pioneering portraitists, later described by Creative Review as “the most desirable photographers of their generation.” Their oeuvre extended to nudes,...
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