Fieret’s studies of women Gerard Fieret :: Nude torso [Naakt torso], The Hague, ca. 1965. | src Rijksmuseum Gerard Fieret :: Sitting nude with headband and high heels, seen from behind. Two copyright stamps and a signature are part of the image. The photo is pasted in passe-partout [Naakt zittend met haarband en pumps, op de rug gezien. Twee copyright stempels en een groot signatuur maken deel uit van het beeld. De foto is in passe-partout geplakt.], 1960 – 1980. | src Rijksmuseum Gerard Fieret :: Studies of Women [Studies van vrouwen], The Hague, ca. 1965. | src Rijksmuseum Gerard Fieret was an eccentric poet, painter and photographer who lived in The Hague. Between 1965 and 1975 he took hundreds of photos, mainly studies of women. Later, Fieret wandered the streets, fed the pigeons each day and kept his work in the freezer. His prints are creased and the edges frayed, with the occasional trace of pigeon droppings. On each photo, he signed his name in felt-tip pen and also furnished them with copyright stamps.