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Bill Dobbins Fine Art Photos

BILL DOBBINS PHOTOGRAPHY
Fine Art Collector Prints

Fine Art Photography: Beauty For Your Wall, Investment For The Future.
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BILL DOBBINS FINE ART WEBSITE
billdobbinsart.com

PRINT SIZES AND PRICES

17 X 22 - $550.00
13 X 19 - $450.00
11 X 14 - $250.00
8X10 - $75.00

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plus shipping and tax if applicable
Delivery time - 2 weeks

 


PHOTOS BELOW SELECTED FOR EXHIBITION
at The Wave Photogallery - Brescia, Italy, Sept 24th

www.wavephotogallery.com

SEE PHOTO INSTALLATION AT THE GALLERY

Order prints of any Bill Dobbins photo - from his websites, books or other exhibitions


ORDER OR INFO:bill@billdobbinsphotography.com

From the Amazon.com Website:
"Though the popularity of female bodybuilding has been rapidly growing over the past three decades, women's brawny body types are still not accepted in the global opinion of the way women ought to look. Enter Bill Dobbins, a man whose mission is to show the world what ultra-muscular women really look like—- and that they look good. Modern Amazons is a unique collection of fine art photos and essays giving a fascinating insight into Dobbins's vision of femininity and the impact of female bodybuilding on modern society. Dobbins shows us a kind of female physique that challenges the typical thin-legged-large-breasted archetype of female beauty. With his highly skilled studio and natural light portraits, he worships these women's bulging muscles like no photographer."

PUT A PIECE OF PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY ON YOUR WALL!

FEMALE PHYSIQUE PRINTS

Prints of your favorite female physique stars.

SELECT PHOTOS FROM:
The Female Physique Webzne/Gallery,

The Female Physique Art Gallery
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Female Physique Nudes,
Bill Dobbins Art


SAM WAGSTAFF - THE RISE OF PHOTOS AS COLLECTOR ART IN THE 1970s:

After seeing the exhibition "The Painterly Photograph, 1890-1914" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1973 and meeting Robert Mapplethorpe, Wagstaff became convinced that photographs were the most unrecognized and, possibly, the most valuable works of art. He began selling his collection of paintings, using the proceeds to buy 19th-century American, British, and French photography. Then, influenced by Mapplethorpe, Wagstaff's taste veered toward the daring, and he began to depart from established names in search of new talent. His collection was soon recognized as one of the finest private holdings in the United States. The photograph collection was sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA, in 1984, for a reported $5 million.


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artprints@billdobbins.com
NOTE: LARGER PRINTS AVAILABLE BY SPECIAL ORDER