paul cava FINE ART
Self Portrait for Walt Whitman with Lilacs, Morton St., NYC, 1999, Cyanotype, 11 x 14 inches.
Signed, titled and numbered by the photographer on the verso of mount, No. 2 from an edition of 12, framed.
Annunciation, 1997, Cyanotype, 14 x 11 inches. Signed by the photographer on the verso, No. 4 from an edition of 10, artist's frame
Citrus Fruit Front Parlor, Stone Ridge, NY, 1996, Cyanotype, 10 x 8 inches. Signed, titled and numbered by the photographer on the verso of mount, No. 4 from an edition of 12, framed
Lazarus, Brother of Mary and Martha, Morton Street, NYC, 1999, cyanotype, 3/12, 14 x 11 inches
Long Enough, 1999, Hand-wiped
photogravure, plate size 14 1/3 x 11 3/8 inches, sheet size 24 1/4 x 21 1/4 inches, edition 11/24
Figs and Pomegranates, Morton Street, NYC, 1997, cyanotype, 9/10,
14 x 11 inches
March Daffodil Stone Ridge, NY, 1999, Platinum print, 14 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches, sheet size 22 x 28 inches, signed, titled and numbered 3/18 by the photographer below the image,
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Dugdale is an American photographer known for his ethereal portraits, nudes and still lifes. He has been HIV-positive for more than 20 years. Despite losing his sight to the disease, he continues to use a large-format camera to create new work each year. Dugdale's photographs, widely exhibited and collected, appear in four books: Lengthening Shadows Before Nightfall, The Clandestine Mind, Life's Evening Hour and New Suns Will Arise.