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Anthony Gayton’s Fall


Whitman 2 (2005).

One of Anthony Gayton‘s Caravaggio-styled photographs from his exhibition, The Fall, at the Galería Mito, Barcelona, until January 26, 2008.

Via Bajo el Signo de Libra.

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10 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by Nathalie


    Very nice! I love the composition and light.

  2. #2 posted by sebastiane


    very interesting works, thank you for highlighting it.

  3. #3 posted by John


    Yes, he has some great compositions, I referred to some of his Life Study work last year.

  4. #4 posted by pe-jota

  5. #5 posted by The Other Andrew


    We love Anthony Gayton! His historical inspired imagery is so lush and gorgeous, and I LOVE the vintage homoerotica inspired pieces (naturally).

    PS. some of his early nudes are him, and hello hottie!

  6. #6 posted by John


    Hi Andrew. He’s a favourite here as well, needless to say. And his Victorian-styled work is great. I’d love to do some stuff like that myself; I have all the digital skills, just lack the models!

  7. #7 posted by Thombeau


    YAY! I love Gayton’s work! It’s ALL good!

    John, what are you waiting for? Put out an ad, get some models, and get to work! Not only will fabulous art come of it—that much is certain—but perhaps some interesting experiences as well!

  8. #8 posted by John


    All that would involve more expense than I could manage just now. As well as models you need a decent camera—mine has developed strange malfunctions—and ideally some studio space with lights and so on.

  9. #9 posted by Thombeau








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