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Medium: Photographic Film
Stallion Portrait: Slickly - Mane - Champion Horse's hair portrait print
Located in London, GB
Slickly was a world champion miler and leading French sire. Series: Studio Portraits, Slickly - 'Mane', 2009 by John Reardon Archival Pigment Print on Ha...
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Early 2000s Conceptual Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Archival Ink, Archival Paper, Photographic Paper, Col...

Cape Cross - Studio Portrait, Stallion, Champion, Equine Art Print Unframed
Located in London, GB
Cape Cross (13 March 1994 – 21 April 2017) was an Irish-bred Thoroughbred racehorse. He is a son of the July Cup winner Green Desert and Cheveley Park Stakes, winner Park Appeal who ...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Archival Ink, Archival Paper, Photographic Paper, Bla...

Keith Snow Storm
Located in New York, NY
Mixed Media on wood featuring the infamous Keith Richards. Photographed by Joester. About the Artist: Steve Joester is a British-born Rock & Roll photographer and mixed media a...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Masonite, Mixed Media, Photographic Film

Hand coloured print Portrait detail of a devil creature immobilised in marble
Located in London, GB
Katie Eleanor, St Medard and the Devil II, 2019 Handcoloured portrait of a devil creature, immobilised in marble, inspired by the tale of St Medard. Purchasing on his rock, he lovin...
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21st Century and Contemporary Gothic Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Watercolor, Photographic Paper, Archival Pigment, Photographic Film

IGGY POP - FROM THE ALBUM COVER SOLDIER 1980, STUDIO PORTRAIT (1979)
Located in London, GB
IGGY POP - FROM THE ALBUM COVER SOLDIER 1980, STUDIO PORTRAIT (1979), 1979 Archival Pigment Print, Framed Image size 30 x 30 cm Frame: 55 x 45.5 cm © Brian Griffin "I remember this...
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1970s Performance Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Wood, Glass, Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Color, Archival Pigment

Studio Portrait: Medaglia d’Oro, Horse head and eye - Stallion Portrait
Located in London, GB
Studio Portrait: Medaglia d’Oro, 2009 Archival Pigment Print on Hahenmühle Fine Art Paper, Mounted on Aluminium, Custom framed, UV protective Museum AR Glass 76x76cm/30x30in Edition ...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Paper, Archival Paper, Archival Ink, Photographic Film, Arc...

Hugh Hefner, Black and White Vintage 1960s Photograph of famed Playboy Founder
Located in New york, NY
By photographer Burt Glinn a black-and-white vintage gelatin silver print of Editor-in-chief Hugh Hefner who wrote for his magazine, Playboy. An historical photo...
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1960s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Silver Gelatin, Photographic Film, Photographic Paper

The Beatles, concert release
Located in PARIS, FR
A few days after the death of my father, André Sas, in 2020, I received numerous very moving testimonies full of praise for him from the from his former colleagues and partners in th...
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20th Century Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper

"Ski Bunny" Contemporary Mixed Media Collaged Figurative Portrait On Panel
Located in Baltimore, MD
"Snow Bunny" is a contemporary mixed media piece on panel by Anke, depicting a woman in snow goggles with antlers made of branches and collaged details on her body, face and head. Th...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Mixed Media, Panel, Wood Panel, Photographic Paper

Personatus - black and white masked portrait, limited edition of 20
Located in London, GB
'Personatus' London, United Kingdom 2020. Limited edition of 20. Photograph printed on heavy-weight fine art paper. COA included. 'Personatus' is a self-portrait that Ugne shot d...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Giclée

Hugh Hefner, Black and White Photograph of Playboy Magazine Founder and Editor
Located in New york, NY
By American photographer Burt Glinn a black-and-white 14" x 11" photograph on fiber paper (gelatin silver print) of Editor-in-chief Hugh Hefner who wrote for the magazine he founded,...
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1960s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Dan Auerbach "Ride" San Francisco 2022 by Larry Niehues
Located in Austin, US
Dan Auerbach “Ride”, San Francisco 2022, signed limited edition prints by The Black Keys official photographer Larry Niehues. The Black Keys relationship with Larry Niehues began t...
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2010s Photorealist Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film

The Black Keys, Iowa State Fair, Des Moines IA 2023 by Larry Niehues
Located in Austin, US
The Black Keys, Iowa State Fair, Des Moines IA 2023, signed limited edition prints by The Black Keys official photographer Larry Niehues. The Black K...
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2010s Photorealist Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film

Eminem 1999 (unframed) photo figurative contemporary red portrait
By Chris Buck
Located in New York, NY
CHRIS BUCK Born 1964, Toronto, Canada Lives and works in New York, NY ​ Eminem 1999 Ed 10 Artist Statement: For any serious photographer their best portraits are ultimately also self-portraits. The discomfort, oddness and frustration in my photographs are the evidence of my uneasiness. As I've grown more mature and more comfortable in my skin I've been able to recognize the struggle and vulnerability in my sitters, bringing my work to a point of collaboration with them. Where once I sought conflict with the subjects now we work to build something strange and wonderful together. ​ Solo Exhibitions 2017 Uneasy, Krause Gallery, New York, NY 2014 Turn of the Century Portraiture, Galerie Youn, Montreal, QC 2013 Presence: The Invisible Portrait, Foley Gallery, New York, NY 2002 The Sound of Music: New portraits of Contemporary Musicians, Other Music, New York 1998 FanClub, Saba Gallery, New York, NY ​ Group Exhibitions 2016 Winning the White House: From Press Prints to Selfies, curated by Susan Carlson and Claartje van Dijk for the International Center of Photography, New York, NY; exhibited at the Southampton Arts Center, Southhampton, NY 2013 Rebels, curated by Carl Saytor, Photoville Brooklyn. 2012 Traces of Myth. Curated by Brenda Massie, Hagedorn Foundation Gallery, Atlanta, GA 2009 Wild Things: Photography for Animal Lovers. Curated by Greg Garry, Stricola Gallery, New York, NY Michael Jackson Doesn’t Quit: An exhibition featuring works related to the entertainer and social phenomenon, Michael Jackson. Curated by Mike Ruiz and Ben Aqua, The Future Gallery, Berlin, Germany 2003 How Human: Group photography exhibition related to DNA, International Center of Photography, New York, NY 1995 Limbo: Collaborative show with Alex & Leja Kress, Limbo, New York, NY 1990 Stretch Camera: Group photography exhibition featuring images made exclusively with the Kodak disposable panoramic camera, The Palmerston, Toronto, Canada ​ Public Collections The International Center of Photography, New York, NY ​ Books 2016 UNEASY: Chris Buck Portraits 1986-2016, Norman Stuart Publishing, New York, NY 2012 PRESENCE: The Invisible Portrait, monograph, Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany 2010 New York Portrait of a City, various artists, Taschen, New York, NY 2005 CBGB & OMFUG: Thirty Years from the Home of Underground Rock, various artists, Abrams, New York 2004 The World’s Top Photographers: Portraits, various artists, Rotovision SA, Hove, U.K. 2002 Hip Hop Immortals, various artists, Immortal Brands, New York, NY 1992 Shooting Stars, various artists, Stewart, Tabori & Chang, New York, NY Angry Women, various artists, RE/Search, San Francisco, CA ​ Awards 2016 American Photography Images of the Year (Paul Giamatti) 2015 American Photography Images of the Year (Lena Dunham) 2014 American Photography Images of the Year (Nick Offerman, Vice Office, President Barack Obama) 2013 Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers 2014/ 2015 (President Barack Obama) Communication Arts Photography Annual Best of 2012 (President Barack Obama) 2012 American Photography Images of the Year (Michele Bachmann, Presence Jack Nicklaus, Presence Michael Stipe) Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers 2012/ 2013 (George H. W. & Barbara Bush, Steve Coogan, Diesel elephant ad) 2011 American Photography Images of the Year (David Byrne) Photo District News Photo Annual Awards in Editorial (Ayaan Hirsi Ali) Photo District News Photo Annual Awards in Corp/ Design (MS Office for Macs) Communication Arts Photography Annual Best of 2011 (Trey Parker & Matt Stone) 2010 American Photography Images of the Year (Harold Ramis) Photo District News Photo Annual Awards in Editorial (Jay Leno) Photo District News Photo Annual Awards in Advertising (Old Spice) Photo District News Photo Annual Awards in Web Design (Chrisbuck) Communication Arts Photography Annual Best of 2010 (Jeb Bush) 2008 Photo District News Photo Annual Award in Editorial (Vice Boys) Photo District News Photo Annual Award in Personal Work (Isn’t Bill Gates, Isn’t Justin Timberlake) American Photography Images of the Year (Vice Boys, Isn’t Bill Gates, Isn’t Justin Timberlake) 2007 Annual Arnold Newman Portrait Prize (first recipient) Photo District News Photo Annual Award in Personal Work (Imagination, Common Sense) Photo District News Photo Annual Awards in Editorial (Donald Trump) 2006 22nd Annual PDN/Nikon Self-Promotion Award (Group Promo with JR) Photo District News Photo Annual Award in Editorial (Steve Martin, Jerry Stiller, Steve Carell, Rivers Cuomo, David Cronenberg) American Photography Images of the Year (Philip Lorca diCorcia) Photo District News Photo Annual Award in Personal Work 2005 Communication Arts Photography Annual Best of 2005 (Wes Anderson) Photo District News Photo Annual Award in Editorial (Wes Anderson) Photo District News Photo Annual Awards in Advertising (Moviefone) 2004 Communication Arts Photography Annual Best of 2004 (Ryan Adams) Photo District News Photo Annual Award in Editorial (Genesis P-Orridge) American Photography Images of the Year (Ryan Adams, Dave Matthews, Spike Lee) 2003 HOW Self-Promotion Award (Phobias/ Obsessed promo) SPD (Society of Publication Designers) Award (Kato Kaelin) Communication Arts Photography Annual Best of 2003 (Grady Turner/ Museum of Sex) Photo District News Photo Annual Award in Editorial (Phobias) Photo District News Photo Annual Awards in Advertising (Citibank dog) American Photography Images of the Year (Alberto Guerreo/ stomach reduction, Suburban Stoners story) 2002 18th Annual PDN/Nikon Self-Promotion Award (A Nice Pair/ HP promo) Communication Arts Photography Annual Best of 2002 (Spiritualized) American Photography Images of the Year (David Rakoff & Amy Sedaris) SPD (Society of Publication Designers) Award (Korey Stringer, John Lee, Jim Carrey) Art Directors’ Club of New York Photography Merit Award (Ike Turner) 2001 American Photography Images of the Year (James Caan, Bjork, Gillian Anderson, Ryan Adams, Joe/ Singles Dance, Jacqueline & Chaplin, Dr. Edwin Zinman) 2001 (continued) Photo District News Photo Annual Award in Editorial (Gillian Anderson) National Magazine Award (Canada) (Miguel Arteta) Communication Arts Photography Annual Best of 2001 (Shokrian Brothers) 2000 Communication Arts Photography Annual Best of 2000 (Salman Rushdie) Applied Arts Award in Photography (Salman Rushdie) 1999 American Photography Images of the Year (Richard Leacock, Missy Elliott, Elliott Smith...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film

Signed limited edition Figurative fine art print, Contemporary Oversize- Karina
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Karina - Signed limited edition archival pigment print on an textured art paper - Edition of 8 Photography : 2009 Bichromate print : 2010 Provenance : Ian Sanderson’s Estate Seve...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Archival Paper, Photographic Paper, Color, Giclée, Pi...

Swing, Black and White Portrait Photo of Child and Gaudi Cathedral Barcelona
Located in New york, NY
Burt Glinn's The Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Swing, 1959, is a gelatin silver print, 20 x 16, signed and stamped print, authenticated by the estate. A young girl swings carefree agai...
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1950s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Baroness de Waldner - unique acetate of Brazilian actress, with provenance
Located in New York, NY
Andy Warhol Baroness de Waldner, ca. 1975 Unique Acetate positive This piece comes with a signed letter of provenance from the representative of Chromacomp, Warhol's printer. Frame i...
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1970s Pop Art Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Mixed Media

Valley of the Sun - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Valley of the Sun (2012) Edition of 10 - 20 x 20 cm. Archival C-Print based on the SX-70 Polaroid, not mounted. Signed on back and certificate. Clare Marie Bailey Works and Live...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Platinum Palladium print over Gold leaf Limited Edition sensual photo- Nathalie
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Nathalie - Platinum Palladium print over 24 carat Gold leaf on vellum paper Edition 1 of 8 , plus 2 AP ( size 2 ) Print: 2016 Woman in a wet silk bathrobe...
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1980s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Platinum, Gold, Gold Leaf

Look away Lucifer - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Look Away Lucifer (2019) E Edition of 10 - 20 x 20 cm. Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid, not mounted. Signed on back and certificate. In part influenced by 1970s Italian Gia...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

The Red Room - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
The Red Room (2019) Edition of 10 - 40x40cm. Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid, Signed on back and certificate. Not mounted. The Red Room- Shot 2019 on 600 film In part i...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

The Red Night - Contemporary, Polaroid, Woman, Psychiatry
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
The Red Night (2019) Edition of 10 - 20 x 20 cm Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid. 
 Signed on back and certificate. 
 Not mounted. Clare Marie Bailey Works and Lives: UK ...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

The Last Homestown - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
The Last Homestown (2019) Edition of 10 - 20 x 20 cm Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid. 
 Signed on back and certificate. 
 Not mounted. Clare Marie Bailey Works and Lives:...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Super Cannes - Contemporary, Polaroid, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Super Cannes - 2019 Edition of 10 - 40 x 40 cm Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid. 
Signed on back and certificate. 
Not mounted. Clare Marie Bailey Works and Lives: UK Cl...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Archival Paper, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, P...

Scarlet - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Scarlett (2019) Edition of 10 - 40 x 40 cm Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid, not mounted. Signed on back and certificate. Scarlet - Shot 2019 on 600 film In part influenced...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Route Nationale 98 - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Route Nationale 98 (2019) Edition of 10 - 40 x 40 cm. Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid. Signed on back and certificate. Not mounted. Route Nationale 98- Shot 2019 on 600...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Mirror - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Mirror - 2019 Shot 2019 on Polaroid 600 film - Influenced by 1960s cinema the image is about both revealing and concealing identity. Edition of 10 - 40 x 40 cm. Archival C-Print, ...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Visions at the Mirrored Palace - Contemporary, Polaroid, Woman, Psychiatry
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Visions at the Mirrored Palace (Shot 2019 on 35mm film) Influenced by American Neo Noir and films such as The Long Goodbye, Point Blank, and LA Confidential. It was also influenced ...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Look both Ways - Contemporary, Polaroid, Woman, 21st Century, Psychiatry
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Evangelines Dream (Shot 2018 on 600 film) Influenced by the phenomena of out-of-body experiences. The protagonist views herself from a world outside of her body after an unexplained...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Last Day of Summer - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Last Day of Summer (2019) Edition of 10 - 40 x 40 cm. Archive C-Print based on the Polaroid. Signed on back and certificate. Not mounted. Clare Marie Bailey Works and Lives: U...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Athena and Henry (Stay) - starring Ryan Gosling and Elizabeth Reaser - Polaroid
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Athena and Henry (Stay) - starring Ryan Gosling and Elizabeth Reaser - 2006 20x25cm, Edition of 10 plus 2 Artist Proofs. Archival C-Print, based on the Polaroid. Certificate and...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Archival Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Dreams at Dawn - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Dreams at Dawn (2019) Edition of 10 - 20 x 20 cm. Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid, not mounted. Signed on back and certificate. Dreams at Dawn- Shot 2019 on 600 film Influ...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Elizabeth Taylor, B & W Photograph of Glam Hollywood Star on the Beach 1950s
Located in New york, NY
Elizabeth Taylor, 1959 by Burt Glinn is a black-and-white photograph shot on film a portrait of Elizabeth Taylor on the beach during the filming of the adaptation of Tennessee Willia...
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1950s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Bounjour Cecille - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Bounjour Cecille - 2019 Edition of 10 - 20 x 20 cm Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid, not mounted. Signed on back and certificate. Bonjour Cecille- Shot 2019 on 600 film Bon...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

A Pink Afternoon - Contemporary, Polaroid, Woman, 21st Century, Psychiatry
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
A Pink Afternoon (Shot 2019 on 600 film) Shot in the dusty dunes in mid-summer it evokes a feminine ritual where the spectral orbs come out to play and hover round the edges Editio...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Madrugada - Contemporary, Polaroid, Figurative, Woman, 21st Century, Psychiatry
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Madrugada Shot 2019 on 600 film Is about the time and hours between Midnight and Sunrise. It is the companion piece to the Red Room. Edition of 10 - 40 x 40 cm - Archival C-Print ...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Sam (Stay) - starring Ewan McGregor
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Stefanie Schneider's work was used for Marc Forster's movie 'Stay'. Featuring Ewan McGregor, Naomi Watts and Ryan Gosling. Naomi and Ryan were both portraying artists and Stefanie's art was the art both created during the movie. Stefanie's images were also used for Ryan Gosling's memory sequence, for the end titles, for edits in between and as art paintings hanging in several scenes within the movie. This Piece: Sam (Stay) - starring Ewan McGregor, 2006, 49x48cm, Edition of 10, plus 2 Artist Proofs. Archival C-Print, matte surface, based on the Polaroid. Certificate and Signature label. Artist Inventory No. 5026. Not mounted. ----- Torsten Scheid, “Fotografie, Kunst, Kino. Revisited.”, FilmDienst 3/2006, page 11-13

 Photography Art Cinema. Revisited Stay expands a traditional connection through new facets Interwoven between the media of photography and film is a veritable mesh-work of technical, motific, metaphorical and personal interrelationships. Extending from photo-film which, as in La Jetée by Chris Marker (France, 1962) is a montage of single, unmoving photographs all the way to the portrayal of photographic motifs in Hollywood cinema―most recently in Memento (USA, 2000) and One hour photo (USA, 2002)―is the range of filmic-photographic interactions on the one hand, and from the adaption of modes of cinematic production to the imitation of film stills on the other. For instance, with the legendary Untitled Film Stills (1978) of the American artist Cindy Sherman, who later made her debut as a film director with Office Killer (USA, 1997) and thereby, like many others, changed sides: Wim Wenders, Robert Frank and Larry Clark are doubtlessly the most successful of these photographic-filmic border crossers. This brief survey provides only a vague indication of the dimensions of this intermedial field, which in fact extends much further and is constantly being cultivated. Also as a motif in film, photography has experienced a historical transformation: Photographers were once considered to be technicians who mastered a craft but never achieved the status of artists. Photographer-figures were caught in the allure of beautiful appearance, incapable of penetrating to the actual essence of things. Such depth was reserved for literature or painting. When photography in film touched upon the sphere of art, then most often as its contrasting model, as the metaphor for a superficial access to the world. Coming to mind are Fred Astaire as a singing fashion photographer in Stanley Donen’s musical film Funny Face (USA, 1957), or the restless lifestyle-photographer in Michelangelo Antonioni’s genre-classic Blow up (GB, 1966). For the doubting Thomas, only that exists which can be photographed. He ultimately enters the world of fantasy and thereby the field of art only unwillingly, when he becomes entangled in the world of his images. The last of his detail-enlargements shows only the photographic grain and has lost all connection to reality. The photograph looks as if it had been painted by Bill, the painter who is both friend and antagonist to the protagonist.

 Photography as Art It was first around the end of the last century that numerous filmmakers discovered photography as a genuine art form. In The Bridges of Madison County (USA, 1995) a sensitive Clint Eastwood stands, camera in hand, on the threshold of artistic status, and in Smoke (USA, 1994) a tobacco merchant ripens into a philosopher through his involvement in photography. Finally, in John Water’s parody of the art market, Pecker (USA, 1998), a provincial tom-fool is hyped into celebrated stardom amid the New York art scene because of his blurred snapshots. This film about a postmodern Kaspar Hauser in photographic art (with clear parallels to Richard Billingham, the British shooting...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Archival Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Marcel Proust
Located in New York, NY
Andy Warhol Marcel Proust, ca. 1976 Acetate positive acquired directly from Chromacomp, Inc. Andy Warhol's printer in the 1970s. Accompanied by Letter of Provenance from the representative of Chromacomp, Andy Warhol's printer Frame included: Elegantly framed in a museum quality white wood frame with UV plexiglass. Measurements: Frame: 17.75 x 14.75 x 1.5 inches Photograph: 10.75 x 7.75 inches This unique photographic positive acetate is of the 19th and early 20th century French novelist Marcel Proust, who's chef d'oeuvre A la recherche du temps perdu inspired some Warhol titles. Warhol would transfer the acetate to a transparency, allowing an image to be magnified and projected onto a screen. Warhol created a silkscreen painting of Marcel Proust and sent this acetate to his printer, Chromacomp, Inc. for consideration as a silkscreen multiple, which was never made. This acetate was brought by Warhol to Eunice and Jackson Lowell, owners of Chromacomp,Inc. a fine art printing studio in New York City. During the 1970s and 1980s, it was the premier atelier for fine art limited edition silkscreen prints; indeed, Chromacomp was the largest studio producing fine art prints in the world for artists such as Andy Warhol, Leroy Neiman, Erte, Robert Natkin, Larry Zox, David Hockney and many more. All of the plates were done by hand and in some cases photographically. Warhol had considered creating limited edition prints with Chromacomp of his famous portrait of Proust based upon this photographic image. The original painting was commissioned by art dealer Marie-Louise Jeanneret for a group of Italian collectors and avid Proust enthusiasts, Warhol's original four acrylic and silkscreen ink on linen works were based on a famous 1895 photograph of the French novelist captured by Otto Wegener. Marcel Proust, the distinguished French novelist, literary critic, and essayist, achieved renowned for his monumental 1908 seven-volume novel In Search of Lost Time. The literary masterpiece delved into the intricacies of memory, time and the profound complexity of the human experience. Proust's literary genius revolutionized the landscape of literature, leaving an enduring impact on the Parisian cultural scene at the turn of the century. About 50 years later, Andy Warhol emerged as a visionary artist who challenged artistic conventions, exploring themes that resonated with Proust's own ideas. Warhol, a trailblazer in his own right, delved into philosophical reflections on consumerism, mass production and the nature of fame. His artistic endeavors mirrored Proust's explorations, albeit through a contemporary lens, as he sought to redefine the boundaries of art and popular culture. About Andy Warhol: Isn’t life a series of images that change as they repeat themselves? —Andy Warhol Andy Warhol’s (1928–1987) art encapsulates the 1960s through the 1980s in New York. By imitating the familiar aesthetics of mass media, advertising, and celebrity culture, Warhol blurred the boundaries between his work and the world that inspired it, producing images that have become as pervasive as their sources. Warhol grew up in a working-class suburb of Pittsburgh. His parents were Slovak immigrants, and he was the only member of his family to attend college. He entered the Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University) in 1945, where he majored in pictorial design. After graduation, he moved to New York with fellow student Philip Pearlstein and found steady work as a commercial illustrator at several magazines, including Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and the New Yorker. Throughout the 1950s Warhol enjoyed a successful career as a commercial artist, winning several commendations from the Art Directors Club and the American Institute of Graphic Arts. He had his first solo exhibition at the Hugo Gallery in 1952, showing drawings based on the writings of Truman Capote; three years later his work was included in a group show at the Museum of Modern Art for the first time. The year 1960 marked a turning point in Warhol’s prolific career. He painted his first works based on comics and advertisements, enlarging and transferring the source images onto canvas using a projector. In 1961 Warhol showed these hand-painted works, including Little King (1961) and Saturday’s Popeye (1961), in a window display at the department store Bonwit Teller; in 1962 he painted his famous Campbell’s Soup Cans, thirty-two separate canvases, each depicting a canned soup of a different flavor. Soon after, Warhol began to borrow not only the subject matter of printed media, but the technology as well. Incorporating the silkscreen technique, he created grids of stamps, Coca-Cola bottles, shipping and handling labels, dollar bills, coffee...
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1970s Pop Art Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film

Nicola (Nicky) Weymouth
Located in New York, NY
Andy Warhol Nicola (Nicky) Weymouth, ca. 1976 Acetate positive, acquired directly from Chromacomp, Inc. Andy Warhol's printer in the 1970s. Accompanied by a Letter of Provenance from the representative of Chromacomp Unique Frame included: Elegantly framed in a museum quality white wood frame with UV plexiglass: Measurements: Frame: 18 x 15.5 x 1.5 inches Acetate: 11 x 8 inches This is the original, unique photographic acetate positive taken by Andy Warhol as the basis for his portrait of Nicky Weymouth, that came from Andy Warhol's studio, The Factory to his printer. It was acquired directly from Chromacomp, Inc. Andy Warhol's printer in the 1970s. It is accompanied by a Letter of Provenance from the representative of Chromacomp. This is one of the images used by Andy Warhol to create his iconic portrait of the socialite Nicola Samuel Weymouth, also called Nicky Weymouth, Nicky Waymouth, Nicky Lane Weymouth or Nicky Samuel. Weymouth (nee Samuel) was a British socialite, who went on to briefly marry the jewelry designer Kenneth Lane, whom she met through Warhol. This acetate positive is unique, and was sent to Chromacomp because Warhol was considering making a silkscreen out of this portrait. As Bob Colacello, former Editor in Chief of Interview magazine (and right hand man to Andy Warhol), explained, "many hands were involved in the rather mechanical silkscreening process... but only Andy in all the years I knew him, worked on the acetates." An acetate is a photographic negative or positive transferred to a transparency, allowing an image to be magnified and projected onto a screen. As only Andy worked on the acetates, it was the last original step prior to the screenprinting of an image, and the most important element in Warhol's creative process for silkscreening. Warhol realized the value of his unique original acetates like this one, and is known to have traded the acetates for valuable services. This acetate was brought by Warhol to Eunice and Jackson Lowell, owners of Chromacomp, a fine art printing studio in NYC, and was acquired directly from the Lowell's private collection. During the 1970s and 80s, Chromacomp was the premier atelier for fine art limited edition silkscreen prints; indeed, Chromacomp was the largest studio producing fine art prints in the world for artists such as Andy Warhol, Leroy Neiman, Erte, Robert Natkin, Larry Zox, David Hockney and many more. All of the plates were done by hand and in some cases photographically. Famed printer Alexander Heinrici worked for Eunice & Jackson Lowell at Chromacomp and brought Andy Warhol in as an account. Shortly after, Warhol or his workers brought in several boxes of photographs, paper and/or acetates and asked Jackson Lowell to use his equipment to enlarge certain images or portions of images. Warhol made comments and or changes and asked the Lowells to print some editions; others were printed elsewhere. Chromacomp Inc. ended up printing Warhol's Mick Jagger Suite and the Ladies & Gentlemen Suite, as well as other works, based on the box of photographic acetates that Warhol brought to them. The Lowell's allowed the printer to be named as Alexander Heinrici rather than Chromacomp, since Heinrici was the one who brought the account in. Other images were never printed by Chromacomp- they were simply being considered by Warhol. Warhol left the remaining acetates with Eunice and Jackson Lowell. After the Lowells closed the shop, the photographs were packed away where they remained for nearly a quarter of a century. This work is exactly as it was delivered from the factory. Unevenly cut by Warhol himself. This work is accompanied by a signed letter of provenance from the representative of Chromacomp, Andy Warhol's printer for many of his works in the 1970s. About Andy Warhol: Isn’t life a series of images that change as they repeat themselves? —Andy Warhol Andy Warhol’s (1928–1987) art encapsulates the 1960s through the 1980s in New York. By imitating the familiar aesthetics of mass media, advertising, and celebrity culture, Warhol blurred the boundaries between his work and the world that inspired it, producing images that have become as pervasive as their sources. Warhol grew up in a working-class suburb of Pittsburgh. His parents were Slovak immigrants, and he was the only member of his family to attend college. He entered the Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University) in 1945, where he majored in pictorial design. After graduation, he moved to New York with fellow student Philip Pearlstein and found steady work as a commercial illustrator at several magazines, including Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and the New Yorker. Throughout the 1950s Warhol enjoyed a successful career as a commercial artist, winning several commendations from the Art Directors Club and the American Institute of Graphic Arts. He had his first solo exhibition at the Hugo Gallery in 1952, showing drawings based on the writings of Truman Capote; three years later his work was included in a group show at the Museum of Modern Art for the first time. The year 1960 marked a turning point in Warhol’s prolific career. He painted his first works based on comics and advertisements, enlarging and transferring the source images onto canvas using a projector. In 1961 Warhol showed these hand-painted works, including Little King (1961) and Saturday’s Popeye (1961), in a window display at the department store Bonwit Teller; in 1962 he painted his famous Campbell’s Soup Cans, thirty-two separate canvases, each depicting a canned soup of a different flavor. Soon after, Warhol began to borrow not only the subject matter of printed media, but the technology as well. Incorporating the silkscreen technique, he created grids of stamps, Coca-Cola bottles, shipping and handling labels, dollar bills, coffee labels...
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1970s Pop Art Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film

Pondering at the Pool - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
Pondering at the Pool (2019) Edition of 10 - 40 x 40 cm. Archival C-Print based on the Polaroid, Signed on back and certificate. Not mounted. Clare Marie Bailey Works and Lives...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

The Presence - Contemporary, Polaroid, Photograph, Figurative, Portrait
Located in Morongo Valley, CA
The Presence - 2019, Edition of 10 - 40 x 40 cm Archival C-Print based on the original 600 Polaroid, not mounted. Signed on back and certificate. Clare Marie Bailey Works and Li...
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2010s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Polaroid

Yeshiva Boys, Black-and-White Photography 1950s Jewish Diaspora Brooklyn, USA
Located in New york, NY
Yeshiva Boys, 1954 is a black-and-white photograph of two young studious boys behind a glass door, an entrance to a Brooklyn brownstone in New York City. A gelatin silver lifetime pr...
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1950s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Paper, Photographic Film, Silver Gelatin

Stallion Studio Portrait: Dubawi - Pigment Print on Hahnemühle Paper - unframed
Located in London, GB
'Dubawi' (foaled 7 February 2002) is a retired Thoroughbred racehorse and active sire. Dubawi is a bay horse with no white markings bred in Ireland by Sheikh Mohammed's Darley Stud. He was one of the only crop of foals sired by Dubai Millennium, an outstanding racehorse. His dam, Zomaradah was a top class racemare who won the Oaks d'Italia, E. P. Taylor Stakes, Premio Lydia Tesio and the Royal Whip Stakes.[2] As a descendant of the broodmare Sunbittern, Zomaradah, who also produced the Lancashire Oaks winner Emirates Queen, was closely related to In the Wings, High-Rise and Virginia Waters.[3] The colt raced in the blue colours of Godolphin and was trained by Saeed bin Suroor. He was ridden in all but one of his races by Frankie Dettori...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Archival Paper, Photographic Paper, Color, Archival P...

Andy Warhol, Edie Sedgwick, Chuck Wein, Black and White Photo Pop Stars 1960s
Located in New york, NY
An iconic black and white photograph, one of American photographer Burt Glinn's important images in the history of 20th century photography of artist Andy Warhol, pop star...
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1960s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Silver Gelatin

Nina Simone, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
By the time she was photographed by Jack Robinson on October 30, 1969, few singers had fused gospel and pop with classical music as successfully as Nina Simone. Born as Eunice Kathl...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Tina Turner "Wild Child", Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Tina Turner, born as Anna Mae Bullock, began singing professionally as a teenager after meeting the established performer Ike Turner. At twenty, she stood in for a singer who failed to show for a recording session, and her rendering of “A Fool in Love” in 1960 reached number two in the Top 30 chart. Anna Mae was now Tina, and the name of the act was the Ike and Tina Turner Revue. With hits such as “River Deep and Mountain High,” and “Proud Mary,” they regularly appeared in the music charts and on concert stages as they ascended to stardom. Jack Robinson photographed Tina...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin, Photographic Film

Fire Hydrant, Harlem, NYC, Black and White Photo 1960s African American Children
Located in New york, NY
Fire Hydrant, Harlem, 1963 by Leonard Freed is a 14" x 11" gelatin silver print signed by the photographer on verso (back of photo). Provenance: Freed estate LITERATURE: W. A. Ewin...
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1960s Contemporary Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Paper, Photographic Film, Silver Gelatin

Warren Beatty, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Warren Beatty dropped out of Northwestern University to study acting with Stella Adler. He made his film debut in Elia Kazan’s Splendor in the Grass (1961). In 1967, Beatty teamed ...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Gloria Vanderbilt and Sons, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
On March 30, 1972, Jack Robinson photographed artist, actress, fashion designer, author, and socialite Gloria Vanderbilt with her sons Carter Cooper (1965-1988) and Anderson Cooper...
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1970s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Warren Beatty, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Warren Beatty dropped out of Northwestern University to study acting with Stella Adler. He made his film debut in Elia Kazan’s Splendor in the Grass (1961). In 1967, Beatty teamed ...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Leonard Cohen, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Leonard Cohen, Canadian songwriter, folk singer, poet, novelist, and philosopher, came from a middle-class Jewish home in Westmount, Montreal, his father a successful clothing-store ...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

The Who, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
The Who, one of the greatest rock bands of all time, began in 1964 and, when photographed on June 5, 1969, had just released their landmark rock opera Tommy. In a “People Are Talkin...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Warren Beatty, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Warren Beatty dropped out of Northwestern University to study acting with Stella Adler. He made his film debut in Elia Kazan’s Splendor in the Grass (1961). In 1967, Beatty teamed ...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Cybill Shepherd, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Cybill Shepherd was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and after winning a beauty pageant, became an enormously successful model. Shepherd had an All-America...
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1970s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Diana Vreeland, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Diana Vreeland photographed by Jack Robinson in her office at Conde Nast, March 28, 1968. Vreeland had asked that Jack take her portrait for an article that would appear in the the ...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Isabella Albonico, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Born in Florence in 1937, Isabella Albonico began modeling in Europe when she was 15, and arrived in New York in 1957. The brown-haired, brown-eyed, Isabella worked often with Jack, ...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Hubert de Givenchy, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Fashion designer and aristocrat Hubert de Givenchy, technically Count Hubert James Marcel Taffin de Givenchy, prepares his models for an upcoming sh...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Wilhelmina Cooper, Silver Gelatin Print
Located in Memphis, TN
Supermodel Wilhelmina Cooper, born Wilhelmina Gertrud Frieda Behmenburg, began her illustrious career as a model signed to top agency Ford Models. In...
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1960s Photographic Film Portrait Photography

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Photographic Film portrait photography for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Photographic Film portrait photography available on 1stDibs. While artists have worked in this medium across a range of time periods, art made with this material during the 21st Century is especially popular. If you’re looking to add portrait photography created with this material to introduce a provocative pop of color and texture to an otherwise neutral space in your home, the works available on 1stDibs include elements of green, orange, purple, blue and other colors. There are many well-known artists whose body of work includes ceramic sculptures. Popular artists on 1stDibs associated with pieces like this include Jack Robinson, Clare Marie Bailey, Leonard Freed, and Burt Glinn. Frequently made by artists working in the Contemporary, Photorealist, all of these pieces for sale are unique and many will draw the attention of guests in your home. Not every interior allows for large Photographic Film portrait photography, so small editions measuring 0.63 inches across are also available

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