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Official compassionate Caring Dedicated Warm Reliable Loyal Kind Loving Paramedic Shirt! American magazine Vogue runs nine annual categories of paintings devoted to a flower. Here’s a Christmas present for readers, published every December until 1975 (though the archive image of that last year’s survey, a dandelion, if you’re more of a gardener, is a weed). The first feature is “Lust for Tulip,” a selection shot in the penthouse studio on Penn’s Fifth Avenue. On “Cottage Tulip (Sorbet),” drops of water (which can be used to freshen blooms under the glare of Penn’s studio lights) catch on and the head itself transforms into an explosion of color. , twinkle. Elevating photography to painting has been Penn’s lifelong motivation and, ultimately, one of his greatest achievements. The next poppy was in 1968. A flock of oriental poppies, three in a row, was beginning to drop its petals that were, in fact, completely obscured and lurking behind its neighbor like a human fashion model in small hands suddenly noticed.

Peonies, orchids, roses, lilies, and begonias are followed year after year, limb on limb… Penn’s approach is vexing. He doesn’t seek beauty for the sake of beauty, as the disintegrating trio of poppies can attest to that. “I cannot claim that without special knowledge,” he writes in his introduction to Flowers, “the reader may believe he has a right to expect someone to make a book about flowers.” Official compassionate Caring Dedicated Warm Reliable Loyal Kind Loving Paramedic Shirt! He added that his delight in such ignorance allows him to take pride in form and color and not be hindered by considerations of rarity, or, as he puts it,, “sticks to the convention that a flower must be photographed at the moment it has no trace and nubile perfection.” It turns out Penn has done 42 print editions in his lifetime, and he has worked hard to perfect the final prize. (This is nothing new; it took him 15 months alone to turn a series of cigarette butts into a ravishing platinum print). Another particularly time-consuming technical process, now largely obsolete, allows colors to become vibrant.