Andreas Gefeller, Untiled #015 (Palm tree), 2019. Lightjet print, 84.5 x 110 cm
Andreas Gefeller, Untiled #015 (Palm tree), 2019. Lightjet print, 84.5 x 110 cm 
Sam Haskins, November Girl, Leaf Nude, 1966 Vintage gelatin silver print  26 x 36.9 cm Lucien Clergue, Jardin de Rio, Brésil 1962. Vintage gelatin silver print 50 x 40 cm ELLIOTT ERWITT, New York, 1999. Platinum print, 20 x 24 inches Arthur Elgort, Kate Moss, Vogue Italia, 1992. Gelatin silver print 20 x 24 inches
IRVING PENN, Single Oriental Poppy, New York, 1968, Archival pigment print, 14 x 16 inches  JEAN LOUP SIEFF, Derrière au Soleil, Paris, 1989 Vintage gelatin silver print 15.8 x 11.8 inches   NICK KNIGHT, Friday 8th June 2018,Hand-coated pigment print, 24.9 x 20 in  FRAUKE EIGEN, Fruhling #201, 2004. Gelatin silver print, 125 x 130 cm JOHN MESSINGER, How We Bend In This Strange Light, 2020, Collage of 153 sheets of Fujifilm instant film, 43 x 62 inches 


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Atlas has curated a group exhibition on a subject that most embodies the connection between art and nature - flowers and foliage.

Whether supreme symbols of life or of the passing of time, flowers and nature studies have inspired artists and particularly photographers, to create some of their most iconic works.

Our selection, available here to explore, shows the work of photography masters from different generations, presenting a survey on one of the most popular subjects of art history.