This rich, magnificent, large scale piece is best described in artist/photographer Florin Firimita's own words: " Before the pandemic I have been working in Paris on a series of photographs about the relationship between beauty and time. During the WWII, the D'Orsay Train Station, now the most famous museum of impressionist art in the world, was the place from where Parisian Jews were sent to concentration camps. Every time I visit the museum I keep thinking of all those eyes who looked at this enormous clock before losing everything. The dancer signifies the fragility of life, but also the triumph of art over death."
Framed, Black & White Silver Gelatin Print is 36" x 24".