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Suzy Parker

Suzy Parker Hydrangea
By Georges Dambier
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Georges Dambier (France, b. 1925-2011) Suzy Parker, Hydrangea, 1953 Archival pigment print Edition
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1950s Color Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Suzy Parker
By Jack Robinson
Located in Memphis, TN
The red-headed Suzy Parker (1932–2003), the highest paid and most famous American model in the
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1950s Black and White Photography

Materials

Photographic Film, Photographic Paper

Suzy Parker and Omar Sharif, VOGUE
By Bert Stern
Located in New York, NY
Suzy Parker and Omar Sharif, VOGUE, 1961
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1960s Photography

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Archival Pigment

Suzy Parker’s first-ever short haircut, VOGUE
By Bert Stern
Located in New York, NY
Suzy Parker’s first-ever short haircut, VOGUE, 1964
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1960s Photography

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Archival Pigment

Suzy Parker, Etole Leopard, Paris 1952
By Georges Dambier
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Suzy Parker, Etole Leopard, Paris Magazine Elle 1952 / Printed Later Gelatin Silver print
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20th Century Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Suzy Parker Shop Lanvin Magazine Elle 1952
By Georges Dambier
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Suzy Parker, Vitrine, Paris (LANVIN) Elle Magazine, 1952 Signed and numbered in ink on verso
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1950s Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Suzy Parker and Great Danes
By Jack Robinson
Located in Memphis, TN
The red-headed Suzy Parker (1932–2003), the highest paid and most famous American model in the
Category

1950s Black and White Photography

Materials

Photographic Film, Photographic Paper

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957 -- Chanel in her salon with American model Suzy Parker
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957 -- Chanel in her salon with American model Suzy Parker
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957 -- Chanel in her salon with American model Suzy Parker
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957 -- Chanel in her salon with American model Suzy Parker
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker in Dark Suit, 1957 -- Chanel in her salon with American model Suzy Parker
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Suzy Parker
By Bert Stern
Located in New York, NY
Stamped by the photographer's estate.
Category

1960s Color Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957 -- Coco Chanel and American model Suzy Parker try
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957 -- Coco Chanel and American model Suzy Parker try
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1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957 -- Coco Chanel and American model Suzy Parker try
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957 -- Coco Chanel and American model Suzy Parker try
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco with Suzy Parker Discusses New Designs, 1957 -- Coco Chanel and American model Suzy Parker try
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Suzy Parker Lips, ca. 1959
By William Helburn
Located in New York, NY
This photograph is an edition of 50. See below for other editions available. All editions are signed by the photographer. Larger sizes may be available upon request.
Category

1950s Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Suzy Parker in a Blue Hat. Watercolor fashion portrait on archive paper.
By Manuel Santelices
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Suzy Parker in a blue hat One of a kind watercolor signed by the artist Measures: 7.5 x 9.75 inches
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2010s Modern Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Suzy Parker in Balenciaga along the Seine, Paris
By Louise Dahl-Wolfe
Located in New York, NY
Signed by the photographer.
Category

1950s Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

GEORGES DAMBIER - ''Gunina''en Givenchy , Paris le 5 Août 1955 Elle Magazine
By Georges Dambier
Located in PARIS, FR
emmener dans la rue, a capturé les plus belles femmes de son époque, dont Brigitte Bardot et Suzy Parker
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Black and White Photography

Materials

Black and White

Terry O'Neill - Jean Shrimpton & Terence Stamp, Photography 1963
By Terry O'Neill
Located in Greenwich, CT
world to a halt. Unlike the more voluptuous models of the 1950’s like Suzy Parker or Audrey Hepburn
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1960s Contemporary Portrait Photography

Materials

Silver

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Suzy Bartolini Reverse Painting on Glass
Located in Dallas, TX
Suzy Bartolini reverse painting, French artist born 1930. Well known for her reverse painting of flowers baskets and individuals. Very special custom frames made by her. Circa 1950. ...
Category

Vintage 1930s French Paintings

Materials

Tortoise Shell, Glass, Paint

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Suzy Parker Lips
By William Helburn
Located in New York, NY
Suzy Parker Lips, ca. 1959 Archival pigment print 20 x 16 inches Edition of 50 Signed and numbered
Category

20th Century Color Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Suzy Parker Hydrangea
By Georges Dambier
Located in Bridgehampton, NY
-2011) Suzy Parker, Hydrangea, 1953 Archival pigment print Edition of 25 Ref: 1048
Category

1950s Color Photography

Materials

Archival Pigment

Suzy Parker, Maroc
By Georges Dambier
Located in New York, NY
Edition of 25
Category

1950s Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Suzy Parker Hortansia
By Georges Dambier
Located in New York, NY
Signed on verso
Edition of 25
Category

1950s Photography

Suzy Parker Tulipes
By Georges Dambier
Located in New York, NY
Signed on verso
Edition of 25
Suzy Parker en Givenchy
By Georges Dambier
Located in New York, NY
Signed on verso
Edition of 25
Richard Avedon: Made In France Silver Gelatin Print
By Richard Avedon
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Richard Avedon: Made In France Silver Gelatin Print, Suzy Parker and Gardner McKay, Dress by
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Early 2000s Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Suzy Parker in my Studio (Evening Dress by Dior)
By Richard Avedon
Located in New York, NY
Suzy Parker in my Studio (Evening Dress by Dior) August 1956 gelatin silver print signed in ink
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

SUZY PARKER , ELLE MAGAZINE IN GIVENCHY, PARIS EIFFEL TOWER 1954
By Georges Dambier
Located in PARIS, FR
Limited edition of 5 , stamped and numbered on the back ( contemporray print ) About Dambier : Born in Paris in 1925, Georges Dambier is during the War, the pupil of the famous pain...
Category

1950s Color Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

"Tiffany in Fashion" Book by John Loring Coffee Table Book
By Tiffany Studios, John Loring
Located in North Hollywood, CA
luminaries of popular culture, from Suzy Parker, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Sophia Loren to Cindy Crawford
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21st Century and Contemporary American Romantic Books

Materials

Paper

Large Vintage Psycho-Circus 1967 Original Horror B-Movie Poster Christopher Lee
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
, Anthony Newlands, Eddi Arent, Klaus Kinski, Margaret Lee, Suzy Kendall, Cecil Parker, Victor Maddern
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Mid-20th Century American Posters

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Paper

Suzy Parker, Vitrine Lanvin
By Georges Dambier
Located in New York, NY
edition of 25
Category

1950s Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

1950's Vintage Velvet Brocade Bubble Cocktail Dress
Located in Toronto, ON
party. Very Betty Draper/ Suzy Parker! Embossed royal blue velvet floral pattern over a emerald green
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1950s Cocktail Dresses

1960's Cocktail Bubble Dress
Located in Toronto, ON
party. Very Betty Draper/ Suzy Parker! Embossed royal blue brocade floral pattern over a emerald green
Category

1960s American Cocktail Dresses

Richard Avedon: Made in France Silver gelatin print
By Richard Avedon
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Richard Avedon: Made in France Silver gelatin print, Suzy Parker and Gardner McKay, Dress by
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1950s Figurative Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

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Suzy Parker For Sale on 1stDibs

You are likely to find exactly the suzy parker you’re looking for on 1stDibs, as there is a broad range for sale. When looking for the right suzy parker for your space, you can search on 1stDibs by color — popular works were created in bold and neutral palettes with elements of gray, black and brown. Finding an appealing suzy parker — no matter the origin — is easy, but Mark Shaw, Georges Dambier, Bert Stern, William Helburn and Richard Avedon each produced popular versions that are worth a look. Artworks like these of any era or style can make for thoughtful decor in any space, but a selection from our variety of those made in digital print, giclée print and inkjet print can add an especially memorable touch. If space is limited, you can find a small suzy parker measuring 14 high and 11 wide, while our inventory also includes works up to 44 across to better suit those in the market for a large suzy parker.

How Much is a Suzy Parker?

The average selling price for a suzy parker we offer is $2,500, while they’re typically $1,100 on the low end and $6,600 for the highest priced.

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