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Lady Bronwen Astor at the Dorchester with her Armstrong Siddeley: Three Portraits, 1958

Three unique gelatin silver prints
15 × 15 in
38 × 38 cm
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Each annotated in pencil verso in an unknown hand, each on gloss photographic paper, each with …

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Each annotated in pencil verso in an unknown hand, each on gloss photographic paper, each with margins, various sizes, the largest sheet 380 x 380mm (15 x 15in) (unframed) (3)

Norman Parkinson's depicts the essence of luxury lifestyle at the Dorchester Hotel in London with English model Bronwen (Pugh) Astor. In …

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Norman Parkinson
English, 1913–1990
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“The camera can be the most deadly weapon since the assassin’s bullet,” the photographer Norman …

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“The camera can be the most deadly weapon since the assassin’s bullet,” the photographer Norman Parkinson once said, “or it can be the lotion of the heart.” Parks, as he is often called, was a leading figure in shaping the image of 20th-century fashion. After apprenticing with royal court photographers Speaight and …

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Each annotated in pencil verso in an unknown hand, each on gloss photographic paper, each with …

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Each annotated in pencil verso in an unknown hand, each on gloss photographic paper, each with margins, various sizes, the largest sheet 380 x 380mm (15 x 15in) (unframed) (3)

Norman Parkinson's depicts the essence of luxury lifestyle at the Dorchester Hotel in London with English model Bronwen (Pugh) Astor. In …

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Norman Parkinson
English, 1913–1990
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“The camera can be the most deadly weapon since the assassin’s bullet,” the photographer Norman …

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“The camera can be the most deadly weapon since the assassin’s bullet,” the photographer Norman Parkinson once said, “or it can be the lotion of the heart.” Parks, as he is often called, was a leading figure in shaping the image of 20th-century fashion. After apprenticing with royal court photographers Speaight and …

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Lady Bronwen Astor at the Dorchester with her Armstrong Siddeley: Three Portraits, 1958

Three unique gelatin silver prints
15 × 15 in
38 × 38 cm
Bidding closed
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