Bronze 2019 / Fine Art / Nudes
Haydée, Mercédès, The Lady of The Camellias
Bronze in Fine Art/Nudes
Shot in Paris 2019 in the hotel Monte Cristo, I called these images after the characters in the novel 'The Count of Monte Cristo'(1) which is a novel by Alexandre Dumas completed in 1844 and 'The Lady Of The Camellias'(2).
(1) Edmond Dantes sailor with good prospects, engaged to Mercédès. After his transformation into the Count of Monte Cristo, he reveals his true name to his enemies as each revenge is completed. During the course of the novel, he falls in love with Haydée.
(2) The greatest love stories of all time, which recounts the history of Marguerite Gautier, the most famous courtesan.
Tina Trumpp was born in '74, lives now in Stuttgart/ Germany and is a fine art photographer. She discovered her love of photography early on, but started working professionaly in this field in 2014. With her break-out exhibition entitled 'Shades of Sensuality‘, Trumpp focuses on the photographic motif of the female body. Using natural lighting and soft lines, Trumpp offers a fresh perspective on nudity. Imbued with tranquil self-confidence, her muses possess a natural feeling of respectful elegance, highlighted by strength and breathtaking beauty.