This beautiful photo on Dibond is printed on the best professional Fuji photo paper and equipped with anti-reflective UV resistant acrylic glass, for a beautiful deep effect that makes the colors stand out even more. The work has an aluminum frame on the back (not visible from the front) so that it can be hung on the wall somewhat floating. On display in our gallery in Amersfoort and available in our art loan. It is also possible to purchase this artwork online. Delivery time is 1-2 business days. Upon receipt of the order, we will contact you to schedule a delivery appointment. You always have 14 days right of return.
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Tanneke Peetoom is a Dutch photographer, self-taught, born in 1967, married and mother of 2 teenage daughters. In October 2010, she received her first camera from her husband and photography has been her great passion ever since. She began taking pictures of her daughters and then friends of her daughters. These photos appeared on social media and shortly thereafter she received her first assignments.
Tanneke has developed her own unique style. Bright portrait photos, always taken with natural light and a romantic look. She uses antique hairstyles and clothing.
She photographs children ages 5 to 18. She emphasizes the purity and vulnerability of the child with a focus on the eyes. She has done several publications in magazines, already made 9 book covers and is listed in the book “The new Dutch Photography Talents.
She recently won second prize in a prestigious European photo competition: PX3 Prix de la Photography Paris with her photo “Eva, the girl with too veil.