My interest was in the studied concentration of the spectators as much as in the artist and his sitter.
Filed under Art, Colour, photography, Uncategorized
Tagged as black and white, monochrome, portrait artist, silent concentration, spectators
Love it in black and white, and the flattened perspective.
Yes, I think this is essentially a black and white subject: the absence of colour focuses the interest.
The crowd is indeed captivated.
The title suggested itself!!
The intensity is almost tangible ….
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