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William Klein

Four Heads, 1955

23 3/5 × 19 7/10 in
60 × 50 cm
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Contemporary Works/Vintage Works
Chalfont
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Oversized exhibition print. Titled, dated and signed on the verso of this vintage print. Size …

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Oversized exhibition print. Titled, dated and signed on the verso of this vintage print. Size includes small margins. Glows under black light from the emulsion side only, indicating a mid-1950s print.

The flattening of the plane and the juxtaposition of the faces adds to the contemporary sense of this image.

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William Klein
William Klein
American, b. 1928
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The social documentary tendencies of William Klein’s oeuvre find their roots in his hometown of New …

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The social documentary tendencies of William Klein’s oeuvre find their roots in his hometown of New York City. Though he began as a painter working in Paris and Milan, Klein was enticed back to the U.S. by photography and immediately began working for Vogue. Klein's first assignment was to create a photo-journal …

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Oversized exhibition print. Titled, dated and signed on the verso of this vintage print. Size …

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Oversized exhibition print. Titled, dated and signed on the verso of this vintage print. Size includes small margins. Glows under black light from the emulsion side only, indicating a mid-1950s print.

The flattening of the plane and the juxtaposition of the faces adds to the contemporary sense of this image.

Signature
Signed on the verso.
Image rights
William Klein
William Klein
American, b. 1928
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The social documentary tendencies of William Klein’s oeuvre find their roots in his hometown of New …

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The social documentary tendencies of William Klein’s oeuvre find their roots in his hometown of New York City. Though he began as a painter working in Paris and Milan, Klein was enticed back to the U.S. by photography and immediately began working for Vogue. Klein's first assignment was to create a photo-journal …

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William Klein

Four Heads, 1955

23 3/5 × 19 7/10 in
60 × 50 cm
This is a unique work.
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