David Seymour, ‘Audrey Hepburn filming "Funny Face" (Paris, France)’, 1956, Magnum Photos

One of Seymour’s most iconic series captures Audrey Hepburn, the trained dancer-turned-actress, rehearsing for Funny Face in 1956. The images accompanied a feature on Hepburn in Coronet Magazine.

Posthumous print made from the original negative

Works are unframed. Letter of authenticity available upon request. Prints are packed flat and shipped via FedEx from Magnum Photos office in New York.

Signature: Estate stamped

About David Seymour

Renowned Polish photographer David Seymour (born Dawid Szymin) began his career in Paris in the 1930s and is best known for his images of the Spanish Civil War and for the UNICEF-commissioned project Children of War. With Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, George Rodger, and William Vandivert, Seymour co-founded Magnum Photos and served as its president from 1954 until 1956, when, traveling near the Suez Canal to cover a prisoner exchange, he was killed by Egyptian machine-gun fire.

Polish, 1911-1956, Warsaw, Poland

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