Lady with a skeleton: a surreal photoshoot Franz Fiedler beginning of 1920-iesPictolic
Surrealism is fascinating mystery their images and symbols. The art of the surreal photos by Franz Fiedler surprises and delights even now, although from the time of his career it's been for a hundred years. The eccentric artist was doing extraordinary pictures in the early era of photography. He was one of the first who began to use the camera at Leica, and his work is surprised by the imagination and skill of shooting, considering the times when he did.
See more awesome surreal photo of a naked lady dancing with skeleton made by the photographer in the early 1920-ies.
Franz Fiedler (1885 — 1956) was a German photographer who is considered the most eccentric among his contemporaries. He has received numerous awards at international exhibitions and competitions photography. Creative activities Fiedler took place mainly in Germany.
The photographer was one of the first who started to use a Leica. A sharp turn in his career occurred after the exhibition photo series "Die Neue Sachlichkeit" in which he demonstrated the new principles of photography.
In 1945, the Studio Fiedler was destroyed, but he managed to recover and continued to work in the GDR. Franz wrote several books on art photography.
These mesmerizing surreal photos that attractive naked woman dances with a skeleton, made in 1923.