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Majesty At Sea

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DREW DOGGETT
Majesty At Sea
Photography

Limited edition:
18" x 12"
27" x 18"
36" x 24"
48" x 32"
57" x 38”


$750 - $3000

$750

Availability: In stock

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DREW DOGGETT

About the piece
This work is part of Doggett’s "Sail: Majesty at Sea" fine-art collection, which takes an intimate look into the world of rare racing sailboats and their enduring beauty, power, and speed as they navigate the open ocean. Focusing on form and shape, the collection uncovers the timeless nature of these majestic boats while emphapricing the elegance and graphic qualities of each design. The resulting images have an undeniable aesthetic appeal and formalism that tell a story of grace and majesty.

The price for this piece depends on chosen dimensions.


About the artist
Driven by the chase for extraordinary beauty, Drew Doggett creates striking fine-art photographs of isolated cultures and locations around the world. Thoughtfully researched and carefully curated, each collection captures and expresses a unique story full of emotion and depth.

Influenced by his background in fashion photography, Doggett’s fine-art career began in 2009 with his expedition to the remote Himalayan region of Humla, Nepal. Since then, he has sought to illuminate the corners of the world only available to those purposefully seeking them. His works have been honored by institutions such as the Smithsonian Museum and sought out by designers around the world.

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DREW DOGGETT



Driven by the chase for extraordinary beauty, Drew Doggett creates striking fine-art photographs of isolated cultures and locations around the world. Thoughtfully researched and carefully curated, each collection captures and expresses a unique story full of emotion and depth. Influenced by his background in fashion photography, Doggett’s fine-art career began in 2009 with his expedition to the remote Himalayan region of Humla, Nepal. Since then, he has sought to illuminate the corners of the world only available to those purposefully seeking them. His works have been honored by institutions such as the Smithsonian Museum and sought out by designers around the world.