Gentle eroticism from photographer Robert Farber
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Robert Farber (Robert Farber) influenced a generation of photographers. Creative writing iconic American photographer, favoring the style of the impressionist artists, captures the essence of composition in each of the genres in which he works: Nude, still life, landscape and architectural photography.
Farber was born February 29, 1944 in new Jersey and raised in the southern district of Maplewood-orange. From an early age, thanks to his mother, who was a painter, he became interested in art. Mother encouraged his talents and encouraged him on his own art Studio in the basement, where he worked and worked oil, pencil and watercolor. Later Farber studied at Miami University at the faculty of marketing and business.
Once Farber said that he pushed to the pictures after painting:
In the 1970‑ies Robert Farber has been actively working in the field of advertising and fashion photography, working with major brands: Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy's, Christian Dior, Geoffrey Beene, Loden Frey, L'oreal, Gillette, Revlon, Wrangler, ABC, Paramount Pictures.
World-famous Robert Farber brought his books, exhibitions, lectures and award-winning advertising campaign.
Ten albums Farber has sold more than half a million copies. He has received numerous prestigious awards, lectures at universities and professional groups in the United States, Japan, Australia and Europe.
His work is exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. Farber called the master of the Nude photographs and a romantic mood.