Richard D’Amore dedicated more than thirty years to fine art photography, distinguishing himself as a master printer. In 1970, D’Amore relocated to France with his brother to work and study. During this time, he taught photography at Camberwell College of Art in London. D’Amore’s work was featured in fine publications.
Upon returning to the United States in the late 1970s, Mr. D’Amore continued to expand his artistic horizons, concurrently working for the celebrated designers. Using vintage and specialized techniques. D’Amore took great pride in the handmade print.
D’Amore was born on May 31, 1940 and was tragically murdered by his wife
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