A stunning retrospective of images personally selected from her body of work, Until Now showcases internationally renowned Australian photographer Anne Geddes' classic black-and-white and full-color photographs, including a range of never-before-published selections. Launched in seven foreign languages in 1998, Until Now has become a truly international bestseller.
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Sleeping angels. Flower fairies. Woodland nymphs and watermelon seeds. Anne Geddes's magical world is populated by hundreds of beautiful, chubby babies and gorgeous children dressed as peapods, pansies, peonies, and pearls. Geddes fans will be thrilled by Until Now, a lush, coffee-table-sized, 10-year retrospective of Geddes's work, including 1991's crowd-pleasing "Cabbage Kids," featured on calendars and coffee mugs everywhere, as well as many previously uncollected shots from Geddes's New Zealand studio.
It's not all costumes, though--the 1997 portrait of Caleb, 3 weeks old, is a beautiful, unretouched close-up of the sweetly sleeping newborn, belly-button still poking out and skin peeling. A portrait only a mother could love? Hardly. Caleb's perfect little sleeping face would evoke maternal feelings from a stone. Particularly fun and often touching are Geddes's notes at the back of the book. For example, of "Rebecca," she writes, "How do you get a 14-month-old to sit still? Show her the jelly bean, and then put it down her trousers." The resulting photograph is of a lovely, mop-headed, tummy-grabbing toddler peering intently at her own navel. Incorporating both rich color and black-and-white photographs, Until Now will delight parents, grandparents, and baby-lovers of all sizes. --Rebecca A. StaffelAbout the Author:
Anne Geddes, an Australian-born photographer now a resident of Auckland, New Zealand, has won the hearts of people internationally with her unique and special images of children. Not only is her work widely recognized and sought after in the commercial field, but also her exceptional images have received resounding critical acclaim, attracting a host of professional awards.
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Book Description Cedco Pub, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0768321190
Book Description Cedco Pub, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110768321190