William Curtis Rolf: Deyrolle Zebra
Drawn from the archives of fine art photographer William Curtis Rolf, whose exquisite black-and-white photographs reflect a life-long affection for the 17th, 18th and 19th-century lifestyles of France and England. This photograph features a scene from Deyrolle, a 170-year-old establishment on Paris's Rue du Bac, which is a natural science storehouse of curiosities, including stuffed and mounted animals. The juxtaposition of the wild zebra with the building's elegant neoclassic architecture gives the photograph a whimsical charm.
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- 46"W x 60½"H