Jacques Henri Lartigue, ‘Bibi et Lolo Burky, séance de gymnastique, Paris ’, 1921, Photography, Silver gelatin print, °CLAIRbyKahn Galerie
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Bibi et Lolo Burky, séance de gymnastique, Paris , 1921

Silver gelatin print
11 4/5 × 15 7/10 in
30 × 40 cm
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Jacques Henri Lartigue © Ministère de la Culture – France / AAJHL | Courtesy of The °CLAIR Gallery.
Jacques Henri Lartigue
French, 1894–1986
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Jacques-Henri Lartigue (1894-1986) took his first photograph in 1900 at the age of six. Born into privilege, Lartigue's father was a banker, and the family belonged to the upper French bourgeoisie. Lartigue transfixed the delightful life of the pre-war upper classes with his fleeting visions and a passionate devotion to the pursuit of joy.

All the excitement and allure of the last days of the belle époque are epitomised in Lartigue’s photographs, and he is known for his playful presentation of friends, family and French society at leisure. Lartigue's photographs of sun-drenched holidays on the French Riviera between the Wars crystallise the image of a glamorous era. A dashing figure himself, Lartigue turned his camera on the supremely elegant women who surrounded him: Bibi (his first wife), Florette, and the mysterious Renée Perle.

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Jacques Henri Lartigue, ‘Bibi et Lolo Burky, séance de gymnastique, Paris ’, 1921, Photography, Silver gelatin print, °CLAIRbyKahn Galerie
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Medium
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Stamped by artist's estate, stamped numbered title and informations on the back.
Certificate of authenticity
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Frame
Not included
Image rights
Jacques Henri Lartigue © Ministère de la Culture – France / AAJHL | Courtesy of The °CLAIR Gallery.
Jacques Henri Lartigue
French, 1894–1986
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Jacques-Henri Lartigue (1894-1986) took his first photograph in 1900 at the age of six. Born into privilege, Lartigue's father was a banker, and the family belonged to the upper French bourgeoisie. Lartigue transfixed the delightful life of the pre-war upper classes with his fleeting visions and a passionate devotion to the pursuit of joy.

All the excitement and allure of the last days of the belle époque are epitomised in Lartigue’s photographs, and he is known for his playful presentation of friends, family and French society at leisure. Lartigue's photographs of sun-drenched holidays on the French Riviera between the Wars crystallise the image of a glamorous era. A dashing figure himself, Lartigue turned his camera on the supremely elegant women who surrounded him: Bibi (his first wife), Florette, and the mysterious Renée Perle.

Bibi et Lolo Burky, séance de gymnastique, Paris , 1921

Silver gelatin print
11 4/5 × 15 7/10 in
30 × 40 cm
.
Contact For Price
Location
Freiburg, Basel, Moscow
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
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