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Art Subject: Women
James Bond. Dr. No. ‘Bond, James Bond’, 1962. Limited Ed ChromaLuxe Print & Book
Located in Los Angeles, CA
When the cinematic Bond was born. The most complete account of the making of the first James Bond film, Dr. No (1962). “Bond, James Bond.” Since Sean Connery uttered those immortal...
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21st Century and Contemporary Color Photography

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Metal

The pool n°5 by Camille Brasselet - Contemporary fine art photography, woman
Located in Paris, FR
The pool n°5 is a photograph by French contemporary artist Camille Brasselet. This photograph is sold unframed as a print only. It is available in 2 dimensions: *50 cm × 75 cm (19....
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2010s Color Photography

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Photographic Paper, Pigment

Green Fairy - underwater photograph - print on paper 17.5" x 23"
Located in Beverly Hills, CA
An underwater photograph of a young woman wrapped in bright green tulle. Original gallery quality print signed by the artist. Digital archival pigment print on archival paper with...
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2010s Photorealist Color Photography

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Archival Pigment

Marilyn Monroe, "Ballerina (Color)"
Located in New York, NY
Ed. 2/7, estate-stamped. Includes black frame with white mat. Milton H. Greene, famous for his fashion photography and celebrity portraits from the golden age of Hollywood, met Mari...
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1950s Color Photography

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Archival Pigment

David Bowie and Elizabeth Taylor by Terry O'Neill - rare signed artist proof
Located in Austin, US
Rare, signed artist proof print of David Bowie and Elizabeth Taylor by Terry O'Neill David Bowie and actress Elizabeth Taylor meet for the first time at George Cukor’s house in Beve...
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Late 20th Century Photorealist Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Self-portrait in blue dress, New York City, 1985
Located in New York, NY
1985/2020 Signed, verso Archival pigment print 5 x 7 inches This photograph by Nan Goldin is offered by CLAMP in New York City.
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1980s Contemporary Photography

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Archival Pigment

Trois photographies de mode pour le Daily Telegraph Magazine 1968. Avec Dali.
Located in PARIS, FR
Salvador DALÍ (Figueras 1904 † 1989 id.) et Jean CLEMMER (Neuchâtel 1926 † 2001) Trois photographies de mode réalisées pour le Daily Telegraph Magazine (6 sept. 1968), prises dans la maison-atelier de Dalí, à Port Lligart, en Catalogne. Les montres molles. 1968. Portrait de Salvador Dalí et Amanda Lear pour la couverture du magazine britannique. Photographie en couleurs, contrecollée sur carton léger. Tirage argentique d'époque, titré à la plume au verso. Signé au recto et retouché à la gouache par Salvador Dalí : l’artiste a peint une fourmi et, s'échappant d'une rame tenue dans son bras droit, une montre molle - citation d'un de ses plus célèbres tableaux. 368 x 278 mm Très légère insolation. Coins légèrement frottés. Restes de montage au verso. Chrisalide [sic]. 1968. Photographie en couleurs, contrecollée sur carton léger. Tirage argentique d'époque, titré à la plume au verso. Retouché à la gouache par Salvador Dalí : ajout de motifs peints en trompe-l’œil, inspirés de la veste courte portée par le modèle. 369 x 291 mm Très légère insolation. Petites usures aux coins. Restes de montage au verso. Danza del Fuego. 1968. Photographie en couleurs, contrecollée sur carton léger. Tirage argentique d'époque, titré à la plume et au crayon au verso. Retouché à la gouache par Salvador Dalí : ajout d’un diable et de fumerolles à l'arrière-plan. 273 x 358 mm Très légère insolation. Petites usures aux coins. Restes de montage au verso. Provenance des trois photographies : Galerie Michèle Broutta, Paris. Au cours des années 1940, Salvador Dalí devient une véritable icône de la culture populaire. La star du surréalisme, dont les premières interventions dans la presse remontent à 1919, cultive une image d’exubérance hautement photogénique et télégénique. Les médias raffolent du peintre, qui se prête aux interviews, caméras et séances de pose, avec un art consommé de la théâtralité. Promoteur de son œuvre comme de sa personne, Dalí ne s’est jamais caché de cette relation passionnelle : « S’il est vrai que j’aime la publicité, pour mille et une raisons, toutes respectables, il est un fait indéniable que la publicité m’aime d’une passion encore plus violente [1] », écrit-t-il vers 1945. A partir du milieu des années 1930, et surtout des années 1950, la figure de Dalí, regard exalté et moustache en croc, fait régulièrement les couvertures de la presse internationale (The Time ; Photo Monde ; Revista ; Mundo Hispanico ; The Studio ; Gentlemen’s Quaterly ; La Vanguardia ; De Spiegel ; Les Nouvelles Littéraires, etc.). L’artiste livre par ailleurs de nombreux articles, illustrations et publicités pour des magazines d’art et de mode, à l’instar de Vogue, Vanity Fair, ou du Daily Telegraph Magazine. Nos trois photographies sont issues d'une série commandée en 1968 par le Daily Telegraph Magazine, dans le cadre d’un article consacré à la mode espagnole. A cette occasion, le peintre fait appel aux talents du photographe suisse Jean Clemmer, rencontré en 1962, et avec lequel il a déjà travaillé. Orchestrées par Dalí, les prises de vues sont réalisées dans sa maison-atelier, à Port Lligart, face à la mer : un écrin à l’architecture unique, conçue par l’artiste. Dalí pose en compagnie de plusieurs modèles, dont sa muse et amie Amanda Lear. Ils sont vêtus par les plus grands couturiers espagnols de l’époque : Paco Rabanne, Elio Berhanyer...
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1960s Portrait Photography

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Photographic Paper

Surfistas, Rio de Janiero, Brazil
Located in New York, NY
ABOUT After 30 years of only exhibiting fine art photography, the Robin Rice Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition featuring a selection of her gallery photographers and t...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Black and White Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Girl with Dog, Boneco de Pau, Brazil, 1995
Located in New York, NY
ABOUT After 30 years of only exhibiting fine art photography, the Robin Rice Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition featuring a selection of her gallery photographers and t...
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2010s Contemporary Black and White Photography

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Archival Pigment

Sarah's BBQ, Fourth of July, Albuquerque, NM, 1995
Located in New York, NY
This listing is for the unframed photograph. Each year, Robin Rice celebrates a Salon style exhibition to showcase her gallery artists and invite new ones. With Robin’s extensive ...
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1990s Contemporary Black and White Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Blue Butterfly Lashes
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 5. CURRENT EXHIBITION - runs through September 11th, 2016. Any framed photographs purchased during the show will be available after September 11th. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced upon purchase. Please allow two weeks for production. Shipping time depends on method of shipping. Price is subject to availability. The Robin Rice Gallery reserves the right to adjust this price depending on the current edition of the photograph. ABOUT: In the hazy, warm New York summer, little is more refreshing than reclining on the beach in the mist of the icy ocean waves or enjoying a family trip to the country house. Each summer, Rice curates her favorite show, the Summertime Salon, which reminds us of this exact seasonal sentiment. The two, long walls of the gallery become mosaicked, top to bottom, side to side, in photographs that evoke all the preeminent feelings and memories of summer. Each year, the Summertime Salon matures and Rice’s annual masterpiece comes into fruition. This year is no exception. The show is a haven of what the Robin Rice Gallery stands for, a community of art and experience. As the largest annual exhibition, the Summertime Salon is carefully pieced together, the results are staggering. The works of the 53 gallery artists come together communally, reinforcing the overall sense of unity that the show creates as a whole. In knowing the photographs so fluently, Rice strategically places them together in a way that will enhance the individual stories contained in each. Details from one image flow from into the next, elevating every photograph in a distinctly unique way. This year’s invitational image, “Surf Club” by Silvia Lareo-Vasquez, features a woman in a vintage sun hat reclining in the pool with a drink. The black and white image evokes an extreme sense of nostalgia in its cinematic portraiture and supple texture. Though the figure of the woman is tauntingly beautiful, the drink is the darkest tone, nearing black, and is centered in the frame. With this, we are reminded of the refreshing notes of summer and the utter serenity of taking the day off to relax. The show’s imagery is evocative of all eras of summer, thus any viewer can relate or connect to one of the images. As Rice likes to say, “There’s something for everyone.” One image by Benjamin Heller details a strong owl flying...
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21st Century and Contemporary Color Photography

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Pigment

Chanel Vertical, 1990
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Edition 1 of 15. CURRENT EXHIBITION - runs through September 4th, 2016. Any framed photographs purchased during the show will be available after September 4th. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced upon purchase. Please allow two weeks for production. Shipping time depends on method of shipping. Price is subject to availability. The Robin Rice Gallery reserves the right to adjust this price depending on the current edition of the photograph. ABOUT: Since the early ‘90s, gallerist Robin Rice and designer Antony Todd...
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1990s Contemporary Black and White Photography

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper, Silver Gelatin

Hoop and Ball
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 5. CURRENT EXHIBITION - runs through September 11th, 2016. Any framed photographs purchased during the show will be available after September 11th. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced upon purchase. Please allow two weeks for production. Shipping time depends on method of shipping. Price is subject to availability. The Robin Rice Gallery reserves the right to adjust this price depending on the current edition of the photograph. ABOUT: In the hazy, warm New York summer, little is more refreshing than reclining on the beach in the mist of the icy ocean waves or enjoying a family trip to the country house. Each summer, Rice curates her favorite show, the Summertime Salon, which reminds us of this exact seasonal sentiment. The two, long walls of the gallery become mosaicked, top to bottom, side to side, in photographs that evoke all the preeminent feelings and memories of summer. Each year, the Summertime Salon matures and Rice’s annual masterpiece comes into fruition. This year is no exception. The show is a haven of what the Robin Rice Gallery stands for, a community of art and experience. As the largest annual exhibition, the Summertime Salon is carefully pieced together, the results are staggering. The works of the 53 gallery artists come together communally, reinforcing the overall sense of unity that the show creates as a whole. In knowing the photographs so fluently, Rice strategically places them together in a way that will enhance the individual stories contained in each. Details from one image flow from into the next, elevating every photograph in a distinctly unique way. This year’s invitational image, “Surf Club” by Silvia Lareo-Vasquez, features a woman in a vintage sun hat reclining in the pool with a drink. The black and white image evokes an extreme sense of nostalgia in its cinematic portraiture and supple texture. Though the figure of the woman is tauntingly beautiful, the drink is the darkest tone, nearing black, and is centered in the frame. With this, we are reminded of the refreshing notes of summer and the utter serenity of taking the day off to relax. The show’s imagery is evocative of all eras of summer, thus any viewer can relate or connect to one of the images. As Rice likes to say, “There’s something for everyone.” One image by Benjamin Heller details a strong owl flying...
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21st Century and Contemporary Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Malibu
Located in New York, NY
Edition 5 of 15. CURRENT EXHIBITION - runs through October 29th, 2017. Any framed photographs purchased during the show will be available after October 29th. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced upon purchase. Please allow two weeks for production. Shipping time depends on method of shipping. Price is subject to availability. The Robin Rice Gallery reserves the right to adjust this price depending on the current edition of the photograph.” ABOUT In 2008, Andrew Arrick and Michael Hofeman first came across The Robin Rice Gallery and immediately fell in love with the fine art photography becoming fans and collectors of the work. On a visit to the gallery this past winter, Michael and Andrew had a brilliant idea to join forces with Robin to curate an exhibition in tune with the aesthetic of their vintage lifestyle boutique, FINCH hudson...
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1990s Black and White Photography

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

Wheel of Fortune
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 22. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced upon purchase. Please allow two weeks for production. Shipping time depends on method of shipping. Price is subject to availability. The Robin Rice Gallery reserves the right to adjust this price depending on the current edition of the photograph. ABOUT: Victoria Goldman’s twenty-year-long fascination with Tarot has created a series of photographs based on the imagery and the mythology behind the ancient Tarot cards. Each image in the collection is inspired by and named after one of the 22 major archetypes of the Tarot. While photographing and teaching yoga and meditation in India, Hawaii, and throughout Europe, Goldman always made sure to carry a Tarot deck in her backpack. She views Tarot as a tool for personal elevation, helping her direct her focus and better understand her psyche. The collection’s soft focus and figurative emphasis is reminiscent of the work of Francesca Woodman or Julia Margaret Cameron, whom Goldman cites as personal artistic inspirations. The concept behind the exhibition was long thought-out; while some pieces date as recently as two months prior to the exhibition opening, others date as far back as 1999 or 2000. Shot primarily with vintage Polaroid and film with a twin lens Rolleiflex camera, the dark, moody, mythological images recall a classical tone that mirrors the timelessness of the cards themselves. The invitational image, entitled “Wheel of Fortune...
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21st Century and Contemporary Color Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Surf Club, Miami 1989
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 25. CURRENT EXHIBITION - runs through September 11th, 2016. Any framed photographs purchased during the show will be available after September 11th. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced upon purchase. Please allow two weeks for production. Shipping time depends on method of shipping. Price is subject to availability. The Robin Rice Gallery reserves the right to adjust this price depending on the current edition of the photograph. ABOUT: In the hazy, warm New York summer, little is more refreshing than reclining on the beach in the mist of the icy ocean waves or enjoying a family trip to the country house. Each summer, Rice curates her favorite show, the Summertime Salon, which reminds us of this exact seasonal sentiment. The two, long walls of the gallery become mosaicked, top to bottom, side to side, in photographs that evoke all the preeminent feelings and memories of summer. Each year, the Summertime Salon matures and Rice’s annual masterpiece comes into fruition. This year is no exception. The show is a haven of what the Robin Rice Gallery stands for, a community of art and experience. As the largest annual exhibition, the Summertime Salon is carefully pieced together, the results are staggering. The works of the 53 gallery artists come together communally, reinforcing the overall sense of unity that the show creates as a whole. In knowing the photographs so fluently, Rice strategically places them together in a way that will enhance the individual stories contained in each. Details from one image flow from into the next, elevating every photograph in a distinctly unique way. This year’s invitational image, “Surf Club” by Silvia Lareo-Vasquez, features a woman in a vintage sun hat reclining in the pool with a drink. The black and white image evokes an extreme sense of nostalgia in its cinematic portraiture and supple texture. Though the figure of the woman is tauntingly beautiful, the drink is the darkest tone, nearing black, and is centered in the frame. With this, we are reminded of the refreshing notes of summer and the utter serenity of taking the day off to relax. The show’s imagery is evocative of all eras of summer, thus any viewer can relate or connect to one of the images. As Rice likes to say, “There’s something for everyone.” One image by Benjamin Heller details a strong owl flying...
Category

1980s Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Walk on By, Southampton, NY
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 20. CURRENT EXHIBITION - runs through December 31, 2017. Any framed photographs purchased during the show will be after December 31st. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced upon purchase. Please allow two weeks for production. Shipping time depends on method of shipping. Price is subject to availability. The Robin Rice Gallery reserves the right to adjust this price depending on the current exhibition of the photograph. ABOUT The idyllic and playful world of The Peconic Bay in Southampton, NY dances to life in Luciana Pampalone’s first solo exhibition. Each location was scouted by Pampalone and transformed into a vintage 1930s setting by the use of her models and props. A Graphlex camera, aviator goggles, parasols, retro bathing suits...
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2010s Contemporary Black and White Photography

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Archival Pigment

Malibu
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 15. CURRENT EXHIBITION – runs through September 6, 2015. Any photographs purchased during the show will b...
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20th Century Black and White Photography

Materials

Archival Ink, Archival Paper

Corso Sienna, 1989
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 1 of 10 If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is prod...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Silver Shoes, 1993
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 1 of 25 If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is prod...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Rhapsody
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 10. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced upon purchase. Please allow two weeks for production. Shipping time depends on method of shipping. Price is subject to availability. The Robin Rice Gallery reserves the right to adjust this price depending on the current edition of the photograph. ABOUT: In this dream-based series, water becomes a metaphor for sky. The invitational image, Bourrée, depicts a woman suspended in soft hues of blue, floating upward as if ascending into the heavens. In Arabesque, the model seems to tumble gracefully through clouds, arms outstretched. Olson’s color images are surreal and mysterious. In most of the images there are refractions of light and bits of clouds that blend together, leaving us feeling as if we are looking at watercolor paintings. Olson describes Rapture as, “a biography of my dreams.” This series represents, for her, the world that lies just beyond consciousness—where “time shifts, gravity loosens and we slip into another realm.” Through the images she conveys the dreams she’s had since childhood of floating weightless in the sky. In reality, Olson photographed them from above in swimming pools in Seattle, Washington combining images with clouds photographed mostly in North Dakota, where she grew up and visits each summer. The effect is ethereal. Her models could be construed as angels. Olson’s entrancement with the medium spans over 30 years, starting in 1980 when she did a series of swimmer images while in graduate school at the University of Oregon. In the Rapture series, despite each image’s balanced composition, Olson claims the process of photographing women...
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21st Century and Contemporary Photography

Materials

Archival Ink, Archival Paper

Orlando, 2000
Located in New York, NY
Price is for UNFRAMED item The Robin Rice Gallery proudly announces SUMMERTIME Salon 2018, an annual photography exhibit featuring gallery artists as well as a few newcomers. This y...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern Color Photography

Materials

Digital Pigment

Self Portrait in Green Pants
Located in New York, NY
Archival pigment print Signed in black ink, recto 11 x 14 inches, sheet size 8.625 x 13 inches, image size This artwork is offered by ClampArt, located in New York City. Born in Poland in 1942 as Armin Hagen Freiherr von Hoyningen-Huene, Peter Berlin...
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1970s Other Art Style Color Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

"Leading Horse", Kansas City, 1997
Located in New York, NY
This will be shipped direct from the artist to you or your framer. In this photograph a silhouetted horse follows a silhouetted figure closely as they trek through a field. The use of abstracted figures helps emphasize the emotional aspect of Kelly's main theme: the bond between humans and animals. Pete Kelly finds his inspiration in nature and the landscape. Specifically focusing on, "The reclamation by nature of urban settings", Kelly finds a particularly strong aesthetic and power in the beauty of the urban landscape. "I try to see beauty around me, drawing beauty from ugliness by capturing close up textures of fading paint or graffiti, or by reducing the shape of the subject to silhouette." Kelly's fascination with photography, the quality, and flexibility of the medium began at a very early age. Born in England in 1966, and as the son of a military man, Kelly spent most of his childhood growing up in West Germany. After leaving school Kelly enrolled in a photography course with the R. A. F Photographic Unit, based in Wildenrath in Germany. Although this initial training lasted only six months, it established a life long passion and dedication to photography. Already an avid traveller, Kelly initially decided to return to the UK,
to study Graphic Design at Stockport College, before moving to America in 1987. After completing an Internship at an innovative commercial photography studio in America,
Kelly began working as a Photographers Assistant. Working closely with a range of photographers allowed him to intrinsically develop his own
refined sense of aesthetic as well as develop and master photographic theory and technique. Now working as a Fine Art Photographer in his own right,
 Pete Kelly utilizes the most cutting edge equipment and techniques,
 painting with photography by compositing and layering photographs...
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1990s Contemporary Figurative Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Ivy Pants
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 15. CURRENT EXHIBITION – runs through September 6, 2015. Any photographs purchased during the show will b...
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21st Century and Contemporary Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Bahamian Recess
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition of 20. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced...
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21st Century and Contemporary Color Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Slim Aarons, Kaufmann Desert House (Slim Aarons Estate Edition)
Located in New York, NY
Catch Up by the Pool (Kaufmann Desert House) 1970 Former fashion model Helen Dzo Dzo Kaptur (in white lace), Nelda Linsk (in yellow), wife of art dealer Joseph Linsk, and actress L...
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1970s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

"Racehorse Blur Double, " 2004, Sedgefield, UK
Located in New York, NY
Listing is for UNFRAMED print. Inquire within for framing. Edition 1 of 25. If the exhibition piece is sold or the customer orders a different print size, the photograph is produced upon purchase. Please allow two weeks for production. Shipping time depends on method of shipping. Price is subject to availability. The Robin Rice Gallery reserves the right to adjust this price depending on the current edition of the photograph. Pete Kelly finds his inspiration in nature and the landscape. Specifically focusing on, "The reclamation by nature of urban settings", Kelly finds a particularly strong aesthetic and power in the beauty of the urban landscape. "I try to see beauty around me, drawing beauty from ugliness by capturing close up textures of fading paint or graffiti, or by reducing the shape of the subject to silhouette." Kelly's fascination with photography, the quality, and flexibility of the medium began at a very early age. Born in England in 1966, and as the son of a military man, Kelly spent most of his childhood growing up in West Germany. After leaving school Kelly enrolled in a photography course with the R. A. F Photographic Unit, based in Wildenrath in Germany. Although this initial training lasted only six months, it established a life long passion and dedication to photography. Already an avid traveller, Kelly initially decided to return to the UK,
to study Graphic Design at Stockport College, before moving to America in 1987. After completing an Internship at an innovative commercial photography studio in America,
Kelly began working as a Photographers Assistant. Working closely with a range of photographers allowed him to intrinsically develop his own
refined sense of aesthetic as well as develop and master photographic theory and technique. Now working as a Fine Art Photographer in his own right,
Pete Kelly utilises the most cutting edge equipment and techniques,
painting with photography by compositing and layering photographs...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Self Portrait on the Subway
Located in New York, NY
Archival pigment print Signed in black ink, recto 14 x 11 inches, sheet size 13 x 8.75 inches, image size This artwork is offered by ClampArt, located in New York City. Born in Poland in 1942 as Armin Hagen Freiherr von Hoyningen-Huene, Peter Berlin is a relative of the celebrated fashion photographer George Hoyningen-Huene (1900-1968). Raised in Germany, Peter Berlin received post-secondary education as a photo-technician, and in his early 20s worked as a celebrity portraitist for German television. However, it was around this time that he curiously began designing and sewing his own skin-tight clothing which he would wear as he cruised the parks and train stations in Berlin, Rome, Paris, New York, and San Francisco. After several long-term stays on the east coast of the United States, Peter Berlin eventually moved to San Francisco in 1969, and became a fixture on the steep streets with his signature look and perpetual posing. He soon began producing films and starred in the now iconic “Nights in Black Leather” (1973), co-directed by Richard Abel. Berlin then produced, directed, and starred in “That Boy” the following year, and made four shorter films through the mid- to late-1970s, while publishing and selling his photographic self portraits. Peter Berlin was the subject of several Robert Mapplethorpe...
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1970s Other Art Style Portrait Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Double Self Portrait with Whip II
Located in New York, NY
Archival pigment print Signed in black ink, recto 14 x 11 inches, sheet size 10 x 10 inches, image size This artwork is offered by ClampArt, located in New York City. Born in Poland in 1942 as Armin Hagen Freiherr von Hoyningen-Huene, Peter Berlin is a relative of the celebrated fashion photographer George Hoyningen-Huene (1900-1968). Raised in Germany, Peter Berlin received post-secondary education as a photo-technician, and in his early 20s worked as a celebrity portraitist for German television. However, it was around this time that he curiously began designing and sewing his own skin-tight clothing which he would wear as he cruised the parks and train stations in Berlin, Rome, Paris, New York, and San Francisco. After several long-term stays on the east coast of the United States, Peter Berlin eventually moved to San Francisco in 1969, and became a fixture on the steep streets with his signature look and perpetual posing. He soon began producing films and starred in the now iconic “Nights in Black Leather” (1973), co-directed by Richard Abel. Berlin then produced, directed, and starred in “That Boy” the following year, and made four shorter films through the mid- to late-1970s, while publishing and selling his photographic self portraits. Peter Berlin was the subject of several Robert Mapplethorpe photographs...
Category

1970s Other Art Style Color Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Blue Boy
Located in New York, NY
Digital C-print Signed, dated, and numbered, verso 15 x 15 inches, image (Edition of 25) 22 x 22 inches, image (Edition of 15) 31 x 31 inches, image (Edition of 15) This artwork is offered by ClampArt, located in New York City. A stylistic precursor of such artists as Pierre et Gilles and David LaChapelle, James Bidgood revolutionized gay male...
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1960s Other Art Style Portrait Photography

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C Print

"Heavy Is The Head That Wears The Crown" - contemporary portrait, Kehinde Wiley
Located in Atlanta, GA
This listing is for an unframed print. Tokie Rome-Taylor is inspired by the works of Harmonia Rosales, Kehinde Wiley, Tawny Chatmon, Ayana V. Jackson, Omar Victor Diop, Deborah Roberts...
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2010s Contemporary Portrait Photography

Materials

Pigment

Undo
Located in London, GB
'Undo' 2021 by Ugne Pouwell Printed on 38x30cm Hahnemuhle fine art paper. It is a 35mm film double-exposure composition. Photograph is a limited editi...
Category

2010s Abstract Expressionist Nude Photography

Materials

Black and White, Giclée

Yéyé en position
Located in New York, NY
Malick Sidibé (1935-2016) was renowned for his celebrated black-and-white photographs of the youth culture in his hometown of Bamako, Mali.
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20th Century Black and White Photography

Materials

Photographic Film, Silver Gelatin

Ben Hogan: Golf Master Letting it Fly
By Morgan Fitz
Located in Austin, TX
Retro 1960s photograph depicting golf legend Ben Hogan at the Masters. Ben Hogan was an American professional golfer who is generally considered to be one...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Black and White Photography

Materials

Digital

Yudy
Located in New York, NY
Archival pigment print, painted frame (Edition of 4 + 1 AP) Signed and numbered, verso This photograph is offered by ClampArt, located in New York City. Price includes mounting and ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Portrait Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Nude with Poppy
Located in New York, NY
Archival pigment print Signed and numbered, verso 30 x 22.5 inches, image (Edition of 5 + 2 APs) 45 x 33.75 inches, image (Edition of 3 + 1 AP) This photograph is offered by Clamp...
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2010s Contemporary Nude Photography

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Archival Pigment

Rembrandt Series
Located in Sante Fe, NM
I cherish a the Dutch Old Masters. As a contemporary artist, I work with the female nude and portraiture, so I was enthusiastic when the Rembrandt House approached me to create a new...
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2010s Contemporary Color Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Marilyn Monroe
Located in Palm Desert, CA
A photograph by Lawrence Schiller. ""Marilyn Monroe"" is a nude, figurative vintage silver gelatin photograph in black and white by American Post-War artist Lawrence Schiller. Lawrence Schiller only remembers the 60s in this way: Fast. As in: Blur. Which is, for those who lived through it, as accurate a description as one is likely to find about the decade that began with optimism and ended in chaos. It was ten years of turmoil and exploration. And through this turbulent and tumultuous decade, it often seemed that whenever a headline-making news event occurred, Lawrence Schiller was there. Schiller was not just lucky to be in the right place at the right time; he was prescient. He was there to cover the event, to add to it, to help us see it, to aid its meaning and its depth. ""It was a time in which things happened awfully fast,"" Schiller says of the decade. ""It was a wild, wild period; an uncontrolled period. I don’t think you had any sense of perspective in the 60s. You had to wait and look back at it, because it was a period in which things were happening that had no rhyme or reason to it. But by the end of the ‘60s I had covered so many stories, had so many magazine covers, I had somehow become part of that decade’s history. And I already had my eye on the future."" When Lawrence Schiller got the assignment from the French magazine, Paris Match to photograph Marilyn Monroe on the 20th Century Fox set of Something’s Got to Give, he thought nothing of it. It wasn’t to be a private, studio shoot. He wasn’t going to set up lights, create backgrounds, or use a tripod. Just another assignment, he figured. Monroe by then was firmly established as a figment in the imagination of most young men. The orphan Norma Jean had recreated herself as the blonde bombshell Marilyn Monroe. She’d appeared in twenty-nine films by the time Schiller photographed her in black and white and color in May, 1962. The world was unprepared for the moment when Marilyn jumped in the swimming pool in a flesh-colored bikini and came up out of the water au natural. She was all smiles and in her element: the sex goddess...
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Mid-20th Century Post-War Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

'Jean Shrimpton In Evening Dress' Limited Edition silver gelatin V&A Portfolio
Located in London, GB
'Jean Shrimpton In Evening Dress' Limited Edition V&A Portfolio silver gelatin fibre print. Jean Shrimpton modelling a dress, John French (1907-66), England, 1961 © Victoria and Alb...
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1960s Modern Figurative Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Audrey- Signed limited edition fine art print, Black white, Sensual, Contemporary
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Audrey - Signed limited edition archival pigment print , Edition of 5 This is an Archival Pigment print on fiber based paper ( Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315 gsm , Acid-free and...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Black and White Photography

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Black and White, Pigment, Giclée, Archival Pigment, Photographic Paper, ...

'Evening Elegance' V&A Portfolio Fashion Photography Limited Edition
Located in London, GB
'Evening Elegance' V&A Portfolio Limited Edition print A model wearing a fur stole, John French (1907-66), London, 1955 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London Fashion Photograp...
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1960s Modern Figurative Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Fiona Apple 1996 vintage print by Chris Cuffaro
Located in Austin, US
Singer Fiona Apple, 8”x10” Hand-printed darkroom print, made at the time of the shoot in 1996, and stored flat in a temperature-controlled environment. The print is in perfect new c...
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Late 20th Century Photorealist Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Poolside Party - Slim Aarons - Estate Edition
Located in London, GB
Slim Aarons Estate Limited Edition C print 24 x 20 inches / 61 x 51 cm unframed. ' Poolside Party ' A poolside party at a desert house, designed by Richard Neutra for Edgar J. Ka...
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1970s Modern Color Photography

Materials

C Print

CHILDREN AND CHRISTMAS - Black and white photograph on baryta paper
Located in Napoli, IT
Rare old black and white photograph on sepia paper, depicts three children watching Santa Claus from the window.
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1970s Photorealist Black and White Photography

Materials

Photographic Paper

Fiona Apple vintage silver gelatin print by Chris Cuffaro
Located in Austin, US
Fiona Apple, 8”x10” Hand-printed darkroom print, made at the time of the shoot in 1996, and stored flat in a temperature-controlled environment. The print is in perfect new conditio...
Category

Late 20th Century Photorealist Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

"Circus 5" Photography 24" x 24" inch Edition of 15 by Olha Stepanian
Located in Culver City, CA
"Circus 5" Photography 24" x 24" inch Edition of 15 by Olha Stepanian Printed on Epson Professional Paper Signed and numbered by the artist Not framed. Ships in a tube. Ava...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Black and White Photography

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Archival Paper

Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth vintage silver gelatin print by Chris Cuffaro
Located in Austin, US
Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth, 8”x10” Hand-printed darkroom print, made at the time of the shoot in 1994, and stored flat in a temperature-controlled environment. The print is in perfec...
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Late 20th Century Photorealist Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

PHILIPPE ROBERT - Nude Carla Bruni a genoux, Harper Bazar
Located in PARIS, FR
Limited edition of 15 - After graduating from UCLA, Robert worked on several tv shows in Paris and Los Angeles and shot for the best magazines in the fashion industry e.g. Interview...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

'Evening Dress' Limited Edition silver gelatin V&A Portfolio
Located in London, GB
'Evening Dress' Limited Edition V&A Portfolio silver gelatin fibre print. Jean Shrimpton modelling a dress, John French (1907-66), England, 1961 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London...
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1950s Modern Figurative Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Sarah's Cameras Original Stencil by Matthew Eller
Located in New York, NY
Original Stencil of Sarah's Camera Comes with a signed photograph as well so the collector can choose which one to use in the frame or frame both! 8.5 x 12 inches Framed Stencil...
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2010s Street Art Black and White Photography

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Photographic Paper, Stencil

V&A - John French - Soft Helmets - Limited Edition
Located in London, GB
V&A - John French - Soft Helmets - Limited Edition Pattie Boyd and Celia Hammond modelling feathered capsule hats, John French (1907-66), London, 1960s © Victoria and Albert Museum,...
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1960s Modern Black and White Photography

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Black and White

Sarah's Smile by Matthew Eller
Located in New York, NY
Photograph 11 x 17 with 1-inch border Signed by photographer Matthew A. Eller and the model Sarah Emily.
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2010s Street Art Black and White Photography

Materials

Photographic Paper

The appointment by Camille Brasselet - Contemporary fine art photography, woman
Located in Paris, FR
The appointment is a photograph by French contemporary artist Camille Brasselet. This photograph is sold unframed as a print only. It is available in 2 dimensions: *40 × 60 cm (15....
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2010s Color Photography

Materials

Photographic Paper, Pigment

A Portrait of A Supermarket Girl
Located in Carmel, CA
A stunning portrait of a girl in NY. Lighting exceptional. Taken with a twin lens Rolleiflex and hand printed by the artist.
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21st Century and Contemporary Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Audrey Hepburn In Rome Limited Norman Parkinson Estate Print
Located in London, GB
Belgian-born British actress Audrey Hepburn photographed wearing a Givenchy afternoon cocktail dress from the Spring/Summer 1955 collection. Photographed at ‘La Vigna’, Hepburn’s v...
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1950s Modern Color Photography

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Archival Pigment

The Serpent by Camille Brasselet - Nude art photography, woman body, black hair
Located in Paris, FR
The Serpent is a photograph by French contemporary artist Camille Brasselet. This photograph is sold unframed as a print only. It is available in 2 dimensions: *75 × 50 cm (29.5 × ...
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2010s Contemporary Color Photography

Materials

Photographic Paper, Pigment

The breakfast by Camille Brasselet - Contemporary fine art photography, woman
Located in Paris, FR
The breakfast is a photograph by French contemporary artist Camille Brasselet. It is a Pigment print on Baryta paper. This photograph is sold unframed as a print only. It is availa...
Category

2010s Color Photography

Materials

Photographic Paper, Pigment

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