Henry Edward Gaze
Combination figure and landscape; figure is reaching towards the sky with arms outstretched. Henry Gaze (1874-1953) is one of New Zealand's lost artists. He was a photographer of international standing who produced an extraordinary body of work from the 1920s to the 1940s. Gaze worked as a commercial photographer in Hamilton for forty years. Gaze was influenced by the Pictorialist movement in photography, and became one of its finest provincial exponents.
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