H.R.Cremer

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H.R.Cremer

H.R.Cremer

Dear All,

This is our third newsletter since the launch of eyeeye in mid November 2019.

It is with great pleasure that we can announce the winner of our give-away competition. It is Jeppe Debois Brandrup we have already notified the winner.  Thank you to all of you who participated! We hope you will join us on this journey into the world of photography.

We would also like to tell you about our new collection, which just landed on eyeeye.me. This collection is called “The world of H.R Cremer”.
H.R. Cremer first exhibited his photos in 1924 and, over the course of his career, he participated in well over 100 exhibitions and art saloons. H.R. Cremer loved photographing women as Greek and Roman goddesses, elves, and sprites. In retrospect, the 1920s-30s, with the Art Deco spirit celebrating aesthetics and elegance, drawing upon ancient history such as the Aztec, the Mayans, as well as Roman and Greek mythology, H.R. Cremer’s photography stands a unique snapshot of the era that came to be known as The Roaring Twenties. See more pictures and read more about H.R Cremer at eyeeye.me

From the Collection:

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