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Helmut Newton (1920-2004)

Aliases: Helmut Neustädter

Professions: Photographer

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  • HELMUT NEWTON (1920-2004)

  • Self Portrait with Wife and Models, Paris, 1981

  • Omschrijving: Helmut Newton Duitsland 1920 -2004

  • HELMUT NEWTON (1920-2004)

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  • Helmut Newton (1920-2004) German-Australian. 'Helmut Newton, Sumo', Edited by June Newton, Monte Carlo 1999, published by 'Taschen', First Edition, Signed and numbered 09069/10,000, 28 Register to bid
  • HELMUT NEWTON (GERMAN 1920-2004), ‘Elsa Peretti in Bunny Costume’, circa 1970s, silver gelatin print, printed by Helmut Newton Studio pre-1985, certificate of authenticity present, (41 x 30 cm, image; 58 x 48 cm, framed), edition of 4.    (MAY BE SUBJECT TO ARTIST'S RESALE RIGHTS)  Condition: Stored in conservation environment.    Provenance: This collection of vintage prints was gifted to Helmut 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.     All photographs in this collection are rare vintage prints shot and produced in strictly limited edition from a series of transparencies before 1985. Always unsigned, they were sent to major publications to stimulate interest in the photographer’s work; most of these type of prints were destroyed or written over.   Notes: Newton’s most iconic image that followed on from the work he did for Playboy, ‘Elsa Peretti in Bunny Costume’ is a lasting image of the 1970’s. Shot in New York amongst the towering skyscrapers that characterise the American Dream, equally epitomised by the Playboy lifestyle in the 70’s., Helmut Newton, £20 Register to bid
  • HELMUT NEWTON (GERMAN 1920-2004), ‘Mannequin Being Tossed off Roof’, 1978, silver gelatin print, printed by Helmut Newton Studio pre-1985, certificate of authenticity present, (51 x 41 cm, image; 69 x 58 cm, framed), edition of 4.    (MAY BE SUBJECT TO ARTIST'S RESALE RIGHTS)  Condition: Stored in conservation environment.    Provenance: This collection of vintage prints was gifted to Helmut 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.     All photographs in this collection are rare vintage prints shot and produced in strictly limited edition from a series of transparencies before 1985. Always unsigned, they were sent to major publications to stimulate interest in the photographer’s work; most of these type of prints were destroyed or written over.   Notes: Taking cue from the Surrealists, Helmut Newton often used mannequins to create work that played with our notions of objectivity and the agency of models. In ‘Mannequin being tossed off roof’, Newton takes compositional direction from Yves Klein’s seminal ‘Leap into the Void’. The unnatural form of the figure, uncommon perspective and contrast between the stillness of the figure and movement of the world below was characteristic of Newton’s avant-garde imagery for the campaigns of Yves Saint Laurent., Helmut Newton, £20 Register to bid
  • HELMUT NEWTON (GERMAN 1920-2004), ‘Saddle II’, silver gelatin print, printed by Helmut Newton Studio pre-1985, certificate of authenticity present, (30 x 41 cm, image; 48 x 58 cm, framed), edition of 4.    (MAY BE SUBJECT TO ARTIST'S RESALE RIGHTS)  Condition: Stored in conservation environment.    Provenance: This collection of vintage prints were 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.    Rare pre-1985 vintage print produced in strictly limited edition from a series of transparencies. Always unsigned; sent to major publications to stimulate interest in the photographer’s work. Most of these type of prints were destroyed or written over.   Notes: The image is inspired by the display cases in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré windows of Hermès., Helmut Newton, £20 Register to bid
  • HELMUT NEWTON (GERMAN 1920-2004), ‘Charlotte Rampling’, 1967, silver gelatin print, portrait, printed by Helmut Newton Studio pre-1985, certificate of authenticity present, (41 x 51 cm, image; 58 x 69 cm, framed), edition of 4.    (MAY BE SUBJECT TO ARTIST'S RESALE RIGHTS)  Condition: Stored in conservation environment.    Provenance: This collection of vintage prints was gifted to Helmut 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.     All photographs in this collection are rare vintage prints shot and produced in strictly limited edition from a series of transparencies before 1985. Always unsigned, they were sent to major publications to stimulate interest in the photographer’s work; most of these type of prints were destroyed or written over.   Notes: One of Helmut Newton’s favourite sitters, the English actress Charlotte Rampling was an icon of the Swinging Sixties. A fashion icon, muse and film star, Rampling worked across European cinema in English, French and Italian with the likes of Woody Allen, Paul Newman and Robert Redford., Helmut Newton, £20 Register to bid
  • HELMUT NEWTON (GERMAN 1920-2004), ‘Chez Patou’, 1977, silver gelatin print, female nude, printed by Helmut Newton Studio pre-1985, certificate of authenticity present, (51 x 41 cm, image only; 69 x 58 cm, framed), edition of 4.    (MAY BE SUBJECT TO ARTIST'S RESALE RIGHTS)  Condition: Stored in conservation environment.    Provenance: This collection of vintage prints was gifted to Helmut 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.     All photographs in this collection are rare vintage prints shot and produced in strictly limited edition from a series of transparencies before 1985. Always unsigned, they were sent to major publications to stimulate interest in the photographer’s work; most of these type of prints were destroyed or written over.    Notes:  Shot for French Vogue in 1977., Helmut Newton, £20 Register to bid

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