Lawrence Schiller, ‘Clint Eastwood in Mexico’, circa 1960s, Heritage Auctions
Lawrence Schiller, ‘Clint Eastwood in Mexico’, circa 1960s, Heritage Auctions
Lawrence Schiller, ‘Clint Eastwood in Mexico’, circa 1960s, Heritage Auctions

Condition Report: Sheet measures 16 x 20 inches; unmounted; not framed; there do not appear to be any major visible condition issues.

Signature: Signed and editioned '18/35' in ink in margin recto.

Image rights: Courtesy of Heritage Auctions

About Lawrence Schiller

The themes of celebrity and scandal anchor much of Lawrence Schiller’s diverse body of work, which spans from photography and nonfiction writing to directing Oscar-winning films including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) and The Man Who Skied Down Everest (1972). Schiller achieved early success as a photojournalist, publishing photographs of movie stars, athletes, and politicians in magazines and newspapers worldwide. Schiller’s most iconic images capture a nude Marilyn Monroe filming a pool scene for the motion picture Something’s Got to Give, just a few months before her death in 1962. In addition to his memoir Marilyn & Me (2012), Schiller has published eleven books over the course of his career, many with his lifelong collaborator Norman Mailer.

American, b. 1936, Brooklyn, New York, based in Los Angeles, California