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Lot 17 - Dora Bertolutti Howard

Lot 17 - Dora Bertolutti Howard

Minimum Bid £150
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Closes At 20:50 on 22nd Jul 24

Venice Carnival, 2020
Photography, Photo print C-type Fuji crystal 
Edition 1/10
30.50cm x 40.64cm 

Dora Bertolutti Howard, born in Faedis (Udine), Italy in 1957, is not just an ordinary photographer. She is a true artist who specialises in capturing the beauty of fine art, landscapes, and photojournalistic subjects. With a burning passion for photography, Dora has dedicated her life to capturing the essence of what inspires her. 


In the past, Dora worked alongside her late husband, Ken Howard OBE RA. Together, they embarked on incredible journeys around the world, working on various projects that allowed them to explore different cultures and landscapes. Today, Dora continues to showcase her exceptional talent by exhibiting her breathtaking photographs. She has the incredible opportunity to work in three remarkable locations: London, Cornwall, and Venice.


Dora has been featured in numerous exhibitions at the Royal Academy of Arts in support of Marie Curie. Her pieces have been sold by prestigious auction houses such as Christies. Dora has generously contributed her artwork to various charitable organizations in the UK, including Arts for Youth and Young Art at the Royal College of Art. Additionally, she frequently showcases her work at venues and galleries in Italy and the UK. The current exhibition showcasing Dora's photographs at Palazzo Bembo in Venice, Italy, organized by the European Cultural Centre and curated by Gabriel Fine Arts, will be open to the public until November 2024, coinciding with the Venice Biennale. Furthermore, Dora is preparing for a solo show that will take place next year at London's famous Chelsea Arts Club.

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