A Day Without Cares (Un Jour Sans Soucis)
Un Jour Sans Soucis
by H.D. Hasselbarth
About the Book
aX4u presents the masterful landscape photography of H.D. Hasselbarth exploring Paris, Giverny, Normandy and towns along the French countryside. Glorious photos, some never before seen, of the rural side of France away from the glitzy touristy sites of Paris. An award-winning, fine-arts photographer, Hasselbarth captures the landscapes and lifestyle of rural France with an exuberant and exacting eye. Reminisce over Monet's Gardens in Giverny or the Omaha Beaches in Normandy. An ideal remembrance for the travel enthusiast or photography aficionado. Displayed in a exhibition sponsored by Alliance Francaise de Sarasota.
Explorer Paris, Giverny, la Normandie et villes le long de la campagne française à travers la magistrale la photographie de H. D. Hasselbarth.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
6×9 in, 15×23 cm
- Publish Date Oct 03, 2011
- Tags Joan of Arc, photography, scenery, landscape, French, architecture, town, village, rural, countryside, Seine, river, boats, graffiti, lifestyle, Normandy, historic, nostalgia, seascape, caves, limestone, trees, greenery, natural, waterside, Rouen, Giverny, Monet, gardens, fotos, aX4u, gargoyle, Louvre, art, museums, statues, religious, churches, cathedral, floral, botanical, plants, flowers, soldier, memorial, remembrance, war, archaic, environmental
H.D. Hasselbarth is an award-winning fine art photographer who resides in Florida and New Hampshire. Her works have been shown in galleries in Florida, Illinois and New York. After studying photography in the early 1980s, she worked in the traditional method of film. During the late nineties, Hasselbarth moved away from the world of film photography and began to experiment in the less familiar, but more potent, realm of digital technology. In her work, Hasselbarth assumes a neutral gaze and creates her art from commonplace subjects: a lone figure on the beach, an empty chair, a red shirt, or the village hotel. Like the life she studies, her pieces run the gamut from solemnly visceral to whimsically charming.