Mark Shaw Photography - Audrey Washing Hair
Mark Shaw Photography - Audrey Washing Hair

Mark Shaw Photography - Audrey Washing Hair

$ 1,750.00 Incl. tax

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MS Audrey Washing Hair-B&W-11x17"
Mark Shaw, Art,
Photographed for LIFE in 1953, Audrey Hepburn is shampooed on the set of Sabrina. Aged 24, Audrey was already poised to become a huge star. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative. The approximate printed size of the image in inches will be 10” x 15” (11” x 17” paper size), 13.75” x 20” (17” x 22” paper size), or 22” x 32” (24” x 36” paper size.) Note: Sizes are approximate since some images have been cropped in keeping with Mark Shaw’s original v intage prints of this material. Mark Shaw is best known for his photographs of Jacqueline and John F. Kennedy, which he shot originally for LIFE magazine and later as the Kennedys’ “unofficial” family photographer. He developed a strong friendship with JFK and Jackie and regularly visited the White House during their time there. But Mark Shaw was first and foremost a Fashion and Advertising photographer whose freelance assignments for LIFE magazine had him photographing some of the most notable celebrities of the 1950′s. All Mark Shaw prints are made to order in limited editions on Hahnemϋhle photo rag paper. Each print is Estate stamped on the back and signed and numbered by David Shaw, and accompanied by a letter of authenticity. For all enquiries or to place an order, please call our store on 02 83569999 Delivery approximately 4-6 weeks. *Please note this image is available in 3 sizes. Final pricing is subject to confirmation from the Mark Shaw Photographic Archive as changes may occur as editions sell out. As a result, this item CAN NOT be purchased online. BECKER MINTY is the exclusive Australian representative for the Mark Shaw Photographic Archive.
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