British Vogue, 1967


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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Description


Taken for a spread in 1967, ‘British Vogue, 1967’ was shot on an airfield outside of London. At the time, Newton’s adventurous use of unusual backdrops and locations was groundbreaking - taking in the African desert, night-lit streets of Paris and beaches of Miami. While planes were taking off behind models in other photos for the spread, here Newton himself sets fly - granting us a fun, whimsical snapshot of model and photographer.

The first 10, 000 shots are the worst.


Helmut Newton

Artwork Highlights


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Photoshoot Details

Location     :     London
Date             :     1967


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Sizes

Small: 41cm x 30cm | Edition: 2
Medium: 51cm x 41cm | Edition: 6


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints gifted to Newton’s agent Norman Solomon, in recognition of the work he had carried out in promoting Newton’s “Private Property” series of exhibitions in 1985.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.

Framing Options

Soho Black Frame (recommended)

Your Investment Opportunity


This piece is extremely rare and has limited availability. If you would like to take advantage and have some pieces from our collection, please contact us immediately. Once sold, there is no guarantee they will be available again any time in the near future.

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