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                • IRVING PENN AUTOGRAPH SIGNED NOTE. CUZCO CHILDREN PHOTO NOTATION. ORIGINAL PHOTO NOT INCLUDED, ONLY
                  Jun. 12, 2024

                  IRVING PENN AUTOGRAPH SIGNED NOTE. CUZCO CHILDREN PHOTO NOTATION. ORIGINAL PHOTO NOT INCLUDED, ONLY

                  Est: $120 - $200

                  IRVING PENN autograph Signed note. Cuzco children photo notation. Original Photo not included, only photocopy of photo available. --- US Packing and Shipping charge: $35 Plus insurance at a rate of $1 per hundred. - - We offer curbside delivery to NYC, Manhattan, Close Brooklyn, Hoboken about a week after the auction at reasonable rates. Next Trip June 18. See details at our website. https://www.uniquesandantiques.com/nyc/

                  Uniques & Antiques
                • Irving Penn: Mud Glove, 1974
                  Jun. 11, 2024

                  Irving Penn: Mud Glove, 1974

                  Est: $10,000 - $15,000

                  PENN, IRVING (1917–2009) Mud Glove (Neg. IV), 1972, printed November 1975. Platinum-palladium print on Rives paper, hand-coated by the photographer, 30 x 22 inches (762 x 558 mm), verso signed, dated, annotated and editioned 15 from the edition of 52 in pencil, with Penn's copyright stamp at the center and his "Deacidified" and "Hand-coated by the photographer" stamps. Foresta and Stapp Irving Penn: Master Images Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990, cat. no. 52, p. 65; Penn Still Life Little, Brown and Co., 2001. Norma Stevens represented Richard Avedon for thirty years, and her husband Martin (d. 2016) was an art and creative director for Revlon and other agencies. Provenance: Purchased Marlborough Galleries, July 1, 1982.

                  DOYLE Auctioneers & Appraisers
                • IRVING PENN (1917-2009) LION 3/4 VIEW SIGNED IN PENCIL
                  Jun. 07, 2024

                  IRVING PENN (1917-2009) LION 3/4 VIEW SIGNED IN PENCIL

                  Est: $20,000 - $30,000

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) Lion (3/4 view) 1986 The Selenium-toned silver print from a photograph taken at Narodni Museum, Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1986 is from an edition of only 19. Signed verso in pencil; titled, dated and numbered verso in ink. annotated in ink and pencil. Purchased from Fraenkel Gallery with provenance to The Collection of Richard Avedon. Exhibited: Eye of the Beholder: Photographs from the Collection of Richard Avedon. Illustrated: Passage, page 265 and Irving Penn: Master Images, page 72. Image measures 19 x 23 3/8 on 22 x 26 inch mount, framed size of 28 x 32 inches. Without proof of exemption, be aware that internet sales tax applies to all Internet transactions and local sales tax may apply to local pick-up transactions. We happily provide seamless in-house packing and shipping services on nearly everything we sell. Until further notice, we cannot offer international shipping in-house.

                  Dirk Soulis Auctions
                • Penn, Irving: Steinberg in Nose Mask, New York
                  Jun. 05, 2024

                  Penn, Irving: Steinberg in Nose Mask, New York

                  Est: €15,000 - €18,000

                  "Steinberg in Nose Mask, New York". 1966/printed 1968. Platinum palladium print on strong Arches paper. 46 x 38 cm (56,5 x 46 cm). Signed, titled, dated and numbered 9/36 by the photographer in pencil, several edition/copyright stamps on the verso. - - Irving Penn's oeuvre is distinguished by its elegance, simplicity, and meticulous attention to detail. Across his fashion photography, portraiture, and still life compositions, Penn captured the essence of his subjects with a minimalist aesthetic, often employing stark backdrops to accentuate their presence. Beyond his celebrated portraits, Penn's pioneering techniques and commitment to craftsmanship have firmly established him as one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. His depiction of the American caricaturist Saul Steinberg, wearing a paper bag over his head, demonstrates his knack for conveying personality and intellect through unconventional means, highlighting not just the physical absence of Steinberg's face but also hinting at his inner world and artistic spirit. Penn's mastery of the Platinum-Palladium printing process, renowned for its rich tonal range and archival durability, bestowed his photographs with depth and a unique quality that continues to resonate within the realm of photography. Another print of this image resides in the esteemed collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. – Small backed tear in right margin, lower corner, otherwise a fine tonal print in near excellent condition. - - Lit.: John Szarkowski. Irving Penn. The Museum of Modern Art, New York 1984, ill. pl. 143. - Irving Penn, Passage: A Work Record, New York 1991, ill. p. 158. - Sarah Greenough. Irving Penn: Platinum Prints, Washington, D.C. 2005, ill. pl. 43. - Magdalene Keaney. Irving Penn Portrait. London 2010, cover image. - Maria Morris Hambourg/Jeff L. Rosenheim. Irving Penn: Centennial. New York 2017, ill. pl. 183. - - Sollten Sie detailliertere Zustandsberichte wünschen, kontaktieren Sie uns bitte. / Should you need more detailed condition reports, please contact us.

                  Bassenge Auctions
                • Irving Penn, Schiaparelli Jacket with Tinsel and Glass, 1974
                  Jun. 04, 2024

                  Irving Penn, Schiaparelli Jacket with Tinsel and Glass, 1974

                  Est: €10,000 - €15,000

                  Flush-mounted to aluminum plate, this with paper coating on the reverse. Signed, dated, titled and detailed notes on the edition in pencil, copyright and edition stamps, therein editioned in pencil, as well as stamped 'Deacified' and 'Hand-coated by the photographer' on the reverse of the mount. Print 15 from an edition of 25. Inspired by an exhibition on early 20th century Parisian fashion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 1973, Irving Penn created his surrealistic 'portrait' series in an improvised studio in the museum, staging the exhibited garments - here an avant-garde creation by the Italian-French fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli - and their figurines.

                  Kunsthaus Lempertz KG
                • Irving Penn "Frozen Foods" Print.
                  May. 26, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Frozen Foods" Print.

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illtrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigeno tribespeople. He often ed a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and foc on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive e of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, phing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigio galleries and meums around the world. He received numero awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 8.5 x 10.73 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Woman with Roses" Print.
                  May. 26, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Woman with Roses" Print.

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illtrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigeno tribespeople. He often ed a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and foc on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive e of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, phing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigio galleries and meums around the world. He received numero awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 7.27 x 10.75 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Couple Fishing" Print.
                  May. 26, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Couple Fishing" Print.

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illtrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigeno tribespeople. He often ed a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and foc on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive e of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, phing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigio galleries and meums around the world. He received numero awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 7.27 x 8.27 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Mud Gloove" Print.
                  May. 26, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Mud Gloove" Print.

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illtrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigeno tribespeople. He often ed a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and foc on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive e of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, phing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigio galleries and meums around the world. He received numero awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 8.5 x 11.25 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Georgia O'Keefe" Print.
                  May. 26, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Georgia O'Keefe" Print.

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illtrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigeno tribespeople. He often ed a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and foc on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive e of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, phing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigio galleries and meums around the world. He received numero awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 6.02 x 7.25 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Marcel Duchamp" Print.
                  May. 26, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Marcel Duchamp" Print.

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illtrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigeno tribespeople. He often ed a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and foc on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive e of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, phing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigio galleries and meums around the world. He received numero awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 6.02 x 8 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Staircase Pleats" Print.
                  May. 26, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Staircase Pleats" Print.

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illtrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigeno tribespeople. He often ed a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and foc on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive e of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, phing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigio galleries and meums around the world. He received numero awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 9.74 x 12 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Fath Detail" Print.
                  May. 26, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Fath Detail" Print.

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illtrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigeno tribespeople. He often ed a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and foc on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive e of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, phing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigio galleries and meums around the world. He received numero awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 9.74 x 12 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Black and White Vogue" Print.
                  May. 26, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Black and White Vogue" Print.

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illtrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigeno tribespeople. He often ed a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and foc on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive e of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, phing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigio galleries and meums around the world. He received numero awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 9.74 x 12 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn WOMAN IN CHICKEN HAT Photograph
                  May. 18, 2024

                  Irving Penn WOMAN IN CHICKEN HAT Photograph

                  Est: $70,000 - $90,000

                  Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Irving Penn (American, 1917-2009) Marking(s); notes: signed, Irving Penn/Conde Nast stamps, 3163; ed. 15/20; 1984 (printed; see Additional Information/Description) Materials: platinum-palladium print on Rives on aluminum Dimensions (H, W, D): 26"h, 22"w (including aluminum edging at top, work is not framed) Additional Information: "Woman in Chicken Hat (Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn)" was originally photographed in New York, 1948-1949 and copyrighted in 1983 by the artist, courtesy of Vogue. Provenance: Hal Katzen Gallery, New York, New York.

                  Palm Beach Modern Auctions
                • IRVING PENN (1917-2009) Portrait of the poet Carl Sandburg.
                  May. 16, 2024

                  IRVING PENN (1917-2009) Portrait of the poet Carl Sandburg.

                  Est: $3,000 - $4,500

                  IRVING PENN (1917-2009) Portrait of the poet Carl Sandburg. Silver print, the image measuring 9½x7⅝ inches (24.1x19.4 cm.), the sheet slightly larger, with Penn's credit stamp and copyright stamp on verso. Circa 1950 Provenance: The Collection of Dr. James and Debra Pearl

                  Swann Auction Galleries
                • IRVING PENN (1917-2009) Father and Son with Eggs, Cuzco.
                  May. 16, 2024

                  IRVING PENN (1917-2009) Father and Son with Eggs, Cuzco.

                  Est: $20,000 - $30,000

                  IRVING PENN (1917-2009) Father and Son with Eggs, Cuzco. Platinum-palladium print, the image measuring 11¾x11⅜ inches (29.8x28.9 cm.), the sheet 22½x14¼ inches (57.1x36.8 cm.), flush mounted to aluminum, with Penn's signature, title, medium, print date, numeric notation, and edition notation 6/14 in pencil, and his copyright stamp with the date 1978 in pencil, his "Hand-coated by the photographer" stamp, and an edition limitation stamp with the total edition number 14 and 0 ("signed, silver prints not exceeding a total of 0 may exist"), on mount verso. December 1948; printed 1978 Provenance: The Estate of the Artist; to a Private Collection

                  Swann Auction Galleries
                • IRVING PENN (1917-2009) Tanaquil Le Clercq, ballerina, New York.
                  May. 16, 2024

                  IRVING PENN (1917-2009) Tanaquil Le Clercq, ballerina, New York.

                  Est: $3,000 - $4,500

                  IRVING PENN (1917-2009) Tanaquil Le Clercq, ballerina, New York. Silver print, the image measuring 9½x7⅝ inches (24.1x19.4 cm.), the sheet slightly larger, with Penn's credit stamp and copyright stamp on verso. 1947 Provenance: The Collection of Dr. James and Debra Pearl

                  Swann Auction Galleries
                • IRVING PENN (1917-2009), CIRCUS: SIDE SHOW PEOPLE, 1947
                  May. 14, 2024

                  IRVING PENN (1917-2009), CIRCUS: SIDE SHOW PEOPLE, 1947

                  Est: £1,000 - £1,500

                  IRVING PENN (1917-2009) CIRCUS: SIDE SHOW PEOPLE Gelatin silver print 1947 On photo paper mounted on card, with the photographer's 'Photograph by Penn' stamp and Condé Naste copyright stamp verso, image 200 x 175mm (7 7/8 x 6 7/8in) Provenance: André Emmerich Gallery, New York; Keith De Lellis Art Photography, New York

                  Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his distinctive and influential work in fashion, portraiture, and still life photography. With a career spanning over six decades, Penn's photographs are characterized by their simplicity, elegance, and meticulous attention to detail.Penn was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. He studied design at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art and later attended the School of Graphic Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. Initially working as an art director and designer, Penn discovered his passion for photography and moved to New York City to pursue it professionally.In the late 1940s, Penn began working for Vogue magazine, where he made significant contributions to the field of fashion photography. He introduced a new approach that focused on clean lines, minimalism, and the use of natural light. Penn's images stood out for their simplicity, bringing a new level of sophistication to fashion photography.One of Penn's most famous works is his series of portraits known as "Small Trades" (1950-1951). In this series, he photographed workers in Paris, London, and New York City, capturing the essence of their trades with dignity and precision. These portraits highlighted the individuality and character of each subject, regardless of their occupation.Penn was also known for his still life photography, which often featured everyday objects arranged in carefully composed and visually striking ways. His still life images transformed ordinary objects into captivating works of art, blurring the line between commercial and fine art photography.Throughout his career, Penn photographed numerous influential figures, including artists, writers, musicians, and cultural icons. His portraits are characterized by their simplicity and focus on the subject, often shot against a plain backdrop to emphasize their personality and essence.In addition to his work in fashion and portraiture, Penn also ventured into other genres such as travel photography, nudes, and ethnographic studies. He experimented with different techniques and formats, including platinum printing, which contributed to the unique aesthetic of his photographs.Irving Penn's work has had a lasting impact on the field of photography, and his images are widely recognized and celebrated. His photographs continue to be exhibited in major museums around the world, and his contributions to the art form have solidified his place as one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Measures 7.25 x 5.9.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his distinctive and influential work in fashion, portraiture, and still life photography. With a career spanning over six decades, Penn's photographs are characterized by their simplicity, elegance, and meticulous attention to detail.Penn was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. He studied design at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art and later attended the School of Graphic Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. Initially working as an art director and designer, Penn discovered his passion for photography and moved to New York City to pursue it professionally.In the late 1940s, Penn began working for Vogue magazine, where he made significant contributions to the field of fashion photography. He introduced a new approach that focused on clean lines, minimalism, and the use of natural light. Penn's images stood out for their simplicity, bringing a new level of sophistication to fashion photography.One of Penn's most famous works is his series of portraits known as "Small Trades" (1950-1951). In this series, he photographed workers in Paris, London, and New York City, capturing the essence of their trades with dignity and precision. These portraits highlighted the individuality and character of each subject, regardless of their occupation.Penn was also known for his still life photography, which often featured everyday objects arranged in carefully composed and visually striking ways. His still life images transformed ordinary objects into captivating works of art, blurring the line between commercial and fine art photography.Throughout his career, Penn photographed numerous influential figures, including artists, writers, musicians, and cultural icons. His portraits are characterized by their simplicity and focus on the subject, often shot against a plain backdrop to emphasize their personality and essence.In addition to his work in fashion and portraiture, Penn also ventured into other genres such as travel photography, nudes, and ethnographic studies. He experimented with different techniques and formats, including platinum printing, which contributed to the unique aesthetic of his photographs.Irving Penn's work has had a lasting impact on the field of photography, and his images are widely recognized and celebrated. His photographs continue to be exhibited in major museums around the world, and his contributions to the art form have solidified his place as one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Measures 7.25 x 5.9.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his distinctive and influential work in fashion, portraiture, and still life photography. With a career spanning over six decades, Penn's photographs are characterized by their simplicity, elegance, and meticulous attention to detail.Penn was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. He studied design at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art and later attended the School of Graphic Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. Initially working as an art director and designer, Penn discovered his passion for photography and moved to New York City to pursue it professionally.In the late 1940s, Penn began working for Vogue magazine, where he made significant contributions to the field of fashion photography. He introduced a new approach that focused on clean lines, minimalism, and the use of natural light. Penn's images stood out for their simplicity, bringing a new level of sophistication to fashion photography.One of Penn's most famous works is his series of portraits known as "Small Trades" (1950-1951). In this series, he photographed workers in Paris, London, and New York City, capturing the essence of their trades with dignity and precision. These portraits highlighted the individuality and character of each subject, regardless of their occupation.Penn was also known for his still life photography, which often featured everyday objects arranged in carefully composed and visually striking ways. His still life images transformed ordinary objects into captivating works of art, blurring the line between commercial and fine art photography.Throughout his career, Penn photographed numerous influential figures, including artists, writers, musicians, and cultural icons. His portraits are characterized by their simplicity and focus on the subject, often shot against a plain backdrop to emphasize their personality and essence.In addition to his work in fashion and portraiture, Penn also ventured into other genres such as travel photography, nudes, and ethnographic studies. He experimented with different techniques and formats, including platinum printing, which contributed to the unique aesthetic of his photographs.Irving Penn's work has had a lasting impact on the field of photography, and his images are widely recognized and celebrated. His photographs continue to be exhibited in major museums around the world, and his contributions to the art form have solidified his place as one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Measures 7.25 x 5.9.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his distinctive and influential work in fashion, portraiture, and still life photography. With a career spanning over six decades, Penn's photographs are characterized by their simplicity, elegance, and meticulous attention to detail.Penn was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. He studied design at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art and later attended the School of Graphic Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. Initially working as an art director and designer, Penn discovered his passion for photography and moved to New York City to pursue it professionally.In the late 1940s, Penn began working for Vogue magazine, where he made significant contributions to the field of fashion photography. He introduced a new approach that focused on clean lines, minimalism, and the use of natural light. Penn's images stood out for their simplicity, bringing a new level of sophistication to fashion photography.One of Penn's most famous works is his series of portraits known as "Small Trades" (1950-1951). In this series, he photographed workers in Paris, London, and New York City, capturing the essence of their trades with dignity and precision. These portraits highlighted the individuality and character of each subject, regardless of their occupation.Penn was also known for his still life photography, which often featured everyday objects arranged in carefully composed and visually striking ways. His still life images transformed ordinary objects into captivating works of art, blurring the line between commercial and fine art photography.Throughout his career, Penn photographed numerous influential figures, including artists, writers, musicians, and cultural icons. His portraits are characterized by their simplicity and focus on the subject, often shot against a plain backdrop to emphasize their personality and essence.In addition to his work in fashion and portraiture, Penn also ventured into other genres such as travel photography, nudes, and ethnographic studies. He experimented with different techniques and formats, including platinum printing, which contributed to the unique aesthetic of his photographs.Irving Penn's work has had a lasting impact on the field of photography, and his images are widely recognized and celebrated. His photographs continue to be exhibited in major museums around the world, and his contributions to the art form have solidified his place as one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Measures 7.25 x 5.9.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his distinctive and influential work in fashion, portraiture, and still life photography. With a career spanning over six decades, Penn's photographs are characterized by their simplicity, elegance, and meticulous attention to detail.Penn was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. He studied design at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art and later attended the School of Graphic Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. Initially working as an art director and designer, Penn discovered his passion for photography and moved to New York City to pursue it professionally.In the late 1940s, Penn began working for Vogue magazine, where he made significant contributions to the field of fashion photography. He introduced a new approach that focused on clean lines, minimalism, and the use of natural light. Penn's images stood out for their simplicity, bringing a new level of sophistication to fashion photography.One of Penn's most famous works is his series of portraits known as "Small Trades" (1950-1951). In this series, he photographed workers in Paris, London, and New York City, capturing the essence of their trades with dignity and precision. These portraits highlighted the individuality and character of each subject, regardless of their occupation.Penn was also known for his still life photography, which often featured everyday objects arranged in carefully composed and visually striking ways. His still life images transformed ordinary objects into captivating works of art, blurring the line between commercial and fine art photography.Throughout his career, Penn photographed numerous influential figures, including artists, writers, musicians, and cultural icons. His portraits are characterized by their simplicity and focus on the subject, often shot against a plain backdrop to emphasize their personality and essence.In addition to his work in fashion and portraiture, Penn also ventured into other genres such as travel photography, nudes, and ethnographic studies. He experimented with different techniques and formats, including platinum printing, which contributed to the unique aesthetic of his photographs.Irving Penn's work has had a lasting impact on the field of photography, and his images are widely recognized and celebrated. His photographs continue to be exhibited in major museums around the world, and his contributions to the art form have solidified his place as one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Measures 7.25 x 5.9.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his distinctive and influential work in fashion, portraiture, and still life photography. With a career spanning over six decades, Penn's photographs are characterized by their simplicity, elegance, and meticulous attention to detail.Penn was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. He studied design at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art and later attended the School of Graphic Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. Initially working as an art director and designer, Penn discovered his passion for photography and moved to New York City to pursue it professionally.In the late 1940s, Penn began working for Vogue magazine, where he made significant contributions to the field of fashion photography. He introduced a new approach that focused on clean lines, minimalism, and the use of natural light. Penn's images stood out for their simplicity, bringing a new level of sophistication to fashion photography.One of Penn's most famous works is his series of portraits known as "Small Trades" (1950-1951). In this series, he photographed workers in Paris, London, and New York City, capturing the essence of their trades with dignity and precision. These portraits highlighted the individuality and character of each subject, regardless of their occupation.Penn was also known for his still life photography, which often featured everyday objects arranged in carefully composed and visually striking ways. His still life images transformed ordinary objects into captivating works of art, blurring the line between commercial and fine art photography.Throughout his career, Penn photographed numerous influential figures, including artists, writers, musicians, and cultural icons. His portraits are characterized by their simplicity and focus on the subject, often shot against a plain backdrop to emphasize their personality and essence.In addition to his work in fashion and portraiture, Penn also ventured into other genres such as travel photography, nudes, and ethnographic studies. He experimented with different techniques and formats, including platinum printing, which contributed to the unique aesthetic of his photographs.Irving Penn's work has had a lasting impact on the field of photography, and his images are widely recognized and celebrated. His photographs continue to be exhibited in major museums around the world, and his contributions to the art form have solidified his place as one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Measures 8.4 x 8.25.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illustrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulous attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigenous tribespeople. He often used a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and focus on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive use of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, pushing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigious galleries and museums around the world. He received numerous awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 5.6 x 8.5 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his distinctive and influential work in fashion, portraiture, and still life photography. With a career spanning over six decades, Penn's photographs are characterized by their simplicity, elegance, and meticulous attention to detail.Penn was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. He studied design at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art and later attended the School of Graphic Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. Initially working as an art director and designer, Penn discovered his passion for photography and moved to New York City to pursue it professionally.In the late 1940s, Penn began working for Vogue magazine, where he made significant contributions to the field of fashion photography. He introduced a new approach that focused on clean lines, minimalism, and the use of natural light. Penn's images stood out for their simplicity, bringing a new level of sophistication to fashion photography.One of Penn's most famous works is his series of portraits known as "Small Trades" (1950-1951). In this series, he photographed workers in Paris, London, and New York City, capturing the essence of their trades with dignity and precision. These portraits highlighted the individuality and character of each subject, regardless of their occupation.Penn was also known for his still life photography, which often featured everyday objects arranged in carefully composed and visually striking ways. His still life images transformed ordinary objects into captivating works of art, blurring the line between commercial and fine art photography.Throughout his career, Penn photographed numerous influential figures, including artists, writers, musicians, and cultural icons. His portraits are characterized by their simplicity and focus on the subject, often shot against a plain backdrop to emphasize their personality and essence.In addition to his work in fashion and portraiture, Penn also ventured into other genres such as travel photography, nudes, and ethnographic studies. He experimented with different techniques and formats, including platinum printing, which contributed to the unique aesthetic of his photographs.Irving Penn's work has had a lasting impact on the field of photography, and his images are widely recognized and celebrated. His photographs continue to be exhibited in major museums around the world, and his contributions to the art form have solidified his place as one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Measures 8.4 x 8.25.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his distinctive and influential work in fashion, portraiture, and still life photography. With a career spanning over six decades, Penn's photographs are characterized by their simplicity, elegance, and meticulous attention to detail.Penn was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. He studied design at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art and later attended the School of Graphic Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. Initially working as an art director and designer, Penn discovered his passion for photography and moved to New York City to pursue it professionally.In the late 1940s, Penn began working for Vogue magazine, where he made significant contributions to the field of fashion photography. He introduced a new approach that focused on clean lines, minimalism, and the use of natural light. Penn's images stood out for their simplicity, bringing a new level of sophistication to fashion photography.One of Penn's most famous works is his series of portraits known as "Small Trades" (1950-1951). In this series, he photographed workers in Paris, London, and New York City, capturing the essence of their trades with dignity and precision. These portraits highlighted the individuality and character of each subject, regardless of their occupation.Penn was also known for his still life photography, which often featured everyday objects arranged in carefully composed and visually striking ways. His still life images transformed ordinary objects into captivating works of art, blurring the line between commercial and fine art photography.Throughout his career, Penn photographed numerous influential figures, including artists, writers, musicians, and cultural icons. His portraits are characterized by their simplicity and focus on the subject, often shot against a plain backdrop to emphasize their personality and essence.In addition to his work in fashion and portraiture, Penn also ventured into other genres such as travel photography, nudes, and ethnographic studies. He experimented with different techniques and formats, including platinum printing, which contributed to the unique aesthetic of his photographs.Irving Penn's work has had a lasting impact on the field of photography, and his images are widely recognized and celebrated. His photographs continue to be exhibited in major museums around the world, and his contributions to the art form have solidified his place as one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Measures 8 x 5.8

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn "Untitled" Print
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn "Untitled" Print

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American photographer known for his innovative and influential contributions to fashion, portrait, and still life photography. He was born on June 16, 1917, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Penn began his career as a graphic designer and illustrator before transitioning to photography. He started working at Vogue magazine in 1943, where he would remain for much of his career. Penn's work at Vogue helped redefine fashion photography by introducing a fresh and modern approach. Penn's photography was characterized by its meticulous attention to detail, simplicity, and formal elegance. He had a unique ability to capture the essence and personality of his subjects, whether they were fashion models, celebrities, or indigenous tribespeople. He often used a minimalist approach, employing plain backdrops and natural lighting to create a sense of intimacy and focus on the subject. Penn's iconic fashion photographs were renowned for their innovative compositions, inventive use of props, and the way he showcased both the clothing and the individual wearing it. He played with scale, texture, and form, pushing the boundaries of traditional fashion photography. His images had a timeless quality and transcended trends, making them highly influential. In addition to fashion photography, Penn also excelled in portraiture, capturing the essence of renowned individuals such as Pablo Picasso, Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich, and Salvador Dalí. His portraits were often characterized by their simplicity and directness, allowing the personality and character of his subjects to shine through. Throughout his career, Penn's work was exhibited in prestigious galleries and museums around the world. He received numerous awards and accolades, including the Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1985. Penn continued to work well into his later years, exploring new subject matter and experimenting with new techniques. Irving Penn passed away on October 7, 2009, in New York City, leaving behind a remarkable body of work that continues to be celebrated and admired for its artistic excellence and lasting impact on the world of photography. Measures 8.52 x 11.25 Printed circa 1990s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn - Pastry Chefs
                  Apr. 27, 2024

                  Irving Penn - Pastry Chefs

                  Est: $500 - $1,000

                  Paris

                  Morgan Auctions
                • Irving Penn - Centennial
                  Apr. 18, 2024

                  Irving Penn - Centennial

                  Est: $80 - $120

                  Irving Penn - Centennial

                  Lawsons
                • Irving Penn, American (1917-2009) Signed Print
                  Apr. 14, 2024

                  Irving Penn, American (1917-2009) Signed Print

                  Est: $400 - $600

                  Attributed to Irving Penn, American (1917-2009) Photographic Print. Copyright Dated 1949 on the Back with Copyright Stamp. Framed Under Glass. Not Examined Out of Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 20.75" x 15.25". Frame- 31" x 25". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

                  World Auction Gallery
                • Irving Penn Vintage Gelatin Silver Print Photograph
                  Apr. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn Vintage Gelatin Silver Print Photograph

                  Est: $4,000 - $6,000

                  Irving Penn Vintage Gelatin Silver Print Photograph Irving Penn, Nude 55, 1949, Irving Penn (American, 1917-2009), gelatin silver print, mounted, the photographer's "Photograph by PENN" credit stamp and a Conde Nast copyright/reproduction rights stamp on verso, matted, in plexiglass box frame. The Estate of Peter Schub, New York Notes/Literature: Peter Schub had a long and distinguished career as a photography agent. He negotiated for some of the most prominent photographers of the 20th Century including Irving Penn, Peter Beard and Anthony Armstrong Jones. 16.875"h x 15.25"w (image), 25.5"h x 23.5"w (frame)

                  Collective Hudson, LLC
                • Irving Penn Original Photography Vintage Gelatin Silver Print
                  Apr. 12, 2024

                  Irving Penn Original Photography Vintage Gelatin Silver Print

                  Est: $4,000 - $6,000

                  Irving Penn Original Photography Vintage Gelatin Silver Print Irving Penn, original fashion photography, 1990, Irving Penn "Andie MacDowell and Kelly LeBrock", original vintage gelatin silver photograph mounted on board, studio stamp verso. 20 x 16 in. (50.8 x 40.6 cm.), Frame: 22 3/4 x 18 3/4 in. (57.8 x 47.6 cm.)

                  Collective Hudson, LLC
                • 'Man with Pink Face, New Guinea'
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  'Man with Pink Face, New Guinea'

                  Est: $15,000 - $25,000

                  Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 'Man with Pink Face, New Guinea' platinum-palladium print, flush-mounted to aluminum, signed, titled, dated editioned '18/49,' and with the Condé Nast copyright and edition stamps on the reverse, framed, a Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto, label on the reverse image: 19½ by 19½ in. (49.5 by 49.5 cm.) frame: 29⅞ by 28⅞ in. (75.9 by 73.3 cm.) Executed in 1971, printed in 1978.

                  Sotheby's
                • 'Football Face, New York, Sept. 24, 2002'
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  'Football Face, New York, Sept. 24, 2002'

                  Est: $40,000 - $60,000

                  Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 'Football Face, New York, Sept. 24, 2002' Fuji Crystal Archive print, flush-mounted, signed, titled, dated, and annotated in ink and stamped on the reverse, framed, a Hamiltons Gallery label on the reverse image: 36 by 29¼ in. (91.4 by 74.3 cm.) frame: 48½ by 41½ in. (123.2 by 105.4 cm.) Executed in 2002, printed in 2003, this print is one from an edition of no more than 13.

                  Sotheby's
                • Miles Davis (New York, July 1, 1986)
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  Miles Davis (New York, July 1, 1986)

                  Est: $30,000 - $50,000

                  Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 Miles Davis (New York, July 1, 1986) selenium-toned gelatin silver print, mounted, signed, titled and dated in ink and with the photographer's copyright and reproduction rights stamps on the reverse of the mount image: 14¾ by 14¾ in. (37.5 by 37.5 cm.) Executed in 1986.

                  Sotheby's
                • Cuzco Children
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  Cuzco Children

                  Est: $50,000 - $70,000

                  Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 Cuzco Children, Peru gelatin silver print, mounted, the photographer's 'Photograph by PENN' and Condé Nast copyright stamps on the reverse, overmatted, initialed and inscribed 'For Kitty with [love]. From a devoted admirer' in ink on the mat, in the original Lucite box frame image: 15⅛ by 16⅛ in. (38.4 by 41 cm.) frame: 17¾ by 18⅜ in. (45.1 by 46.7 cm.) Executed in 1948.

                  Sotheby's
                • 'Woman in Moroccan Palace (Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn), Marrakech'
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  'Woman in Moroccan Palace (Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn), Marrakech'

                  Est: $150,000 - $250,000

                  Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 'Woman in Moroccan Palace (Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn), Marrakech' platinum-palladium print, flush-mounted to aluminum, signed, titled, dated, editioned '12/40,' and annotated in pencil with the photographer's Condé Nast copyright credit and edition stamps on the reverse, framed image: 19½ by 19½ in. (49.5 by 49.5 cm.) frame: 30¼ by 29 in. (76.8 by 73.7 cm.) Executed in 1951, printed in 1983.

                  Sotheby's
                • 'Nude 150'
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  'Nude 150'

                  Est: $8,000 - $12,000

                  Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 'Nude 150' platinum-palladium print, signed, titled and editioned '33/57' in pencil and with the photographer's copyright, credit, and reproduction limitation stamps on the reverse, framed image: 18¼ by 17½ in. (46.4 by 44.5 cm.) frame: 27¾ by 26¾ in. (70.5 by 67.9 cm.) Executed in 1949-50, printed in 1974.

                  Sotheby's
                • 'Nude 62'
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  'Nude 62'

                  Est: $8,000 - $12,000

                  Art House: The Collection of Chara Schreyer Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 'Nude 62' gelatin silver print, signed, titled, dated and annotated in pencil, stamped with the photographer's 'Photograph by Irving Penn' and a Condé Nast copyright/reproduction rights stamps on the reverse, framed image: 15 by 15 in. (38.1 by 38.1 cm.) frame: 25 by 23½ in. (63.5 by 59.7 cm.) Executed in 1949-50, this print is one from an edition of no more than 18. Please note that this lot will not be on view during the sale exhibition. It is located at our Long Island City, New York storage facility. If you would like to examine it in person before the sale please contact Anjli Patel at [email protected]

                  Sotheby's
                • 'Three Dahomey Girls, One Standing'
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  'Three Dahomey Girls, One Standing'

                  Est: $10,000 - $15,000

                  Photographs from The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Sold to Benefit Acquisition Funds Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 'Three Dahomey Girls, One Standing' platinum palladium print, signed, titled, dated and editioned '18/30' in pencil, with the photographer's 'Photograph by Irving Penn,' Condé Nast copyright/reproduction rights and edition stamps on the reverse image: 18¾ by 18¼ in. (47.6 by 46.4 cm.) Executed in 1967, printed in 1973.

                  Sotheby's
                • 'Wide Skull'
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  'Wide Skull'

                  Est: $8,000 - $12,000

                  Photographs from The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Sold to Benefit Acquisition Funds Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 'Wide Skull, N.Y.' gelatin silver print, titled, dated and annotated 'morning light' and 'unique test print' in pencil and with the photographer's 'Photograph by Irving Penn' copyright and 'TEST' stamps on the reverse image: 15⅞ by 19¾ in. (40.3 by 50.2 cm.) Executed in 1993.

                  Sotheby's
                • 'Turning Head (B), New York'
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  'Turning Head (B), New York'

                  Est: $12,000 - $18,000

                  About Face: The David and Gail Mixer Collection of Photographs Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 'Turning Head (B), New York' gelatin silver print, signed, titled and dated in pencil and annotated in ink, and with the photographer's copyright, credit, reproduction limitation and edition stamps on the reverse, framed, a Robert Miller Gallery label on the reverse image: 4 by 4¾ in. (10.2 by 12.1 cm.) frame: 17½ by 17½ in. (44.5 by 44.5 cm.) Executed in 1993, printed in 1996, this print is one from an edition of no more than 12.

                  Sotheby's
                • New York Cartoonists
                  Apr. 10, 2024

                  New York Cartoonists

                  Est: $5,000 - $7,000

                  About Face: The David and Gail Mixer Collection of Photographs Irving Penn 1917 - 2009 New York Cartoonists gelatin silver print, mounted to Kromo Lite board, signed and dated in ink on the mount, the photographer's Condé Nast stamp on the reverse image: 13 by 18 in. (33 by 45.7 cm.) Executed in 1947. Please note that this lot will not be on view during the sale exhibition. It is located at our Long Island City, New York storage facility. If you would like to examine it in person before the sale please contact Anjli Patel at [email protected]

                  Sotheby's
                • IRVING PENN (1917–2009) Miles Davis, New York, July 1, 1986 signed, titled,
                  Apr. 03, 2024

                  IRVING PENN (1917–2009) Miles Davis, New York, July 1, 1986 signed, titled,

                  Est: $50,000 - $70,000

                  IRVING PENN (1917–2009) Miles Davis, New York, July 1, 1986 signed, titled, dated [with print date] and stamped photographer's copyright credit in ink (mount, verso) image/sheet: 14 ¾ x 14 ¾ in. (37.4 x 37.4 cm.) mount: 17 x 17 in. (43.1 x 43.1 cm.)

                  Christie's
                • IRVING PENN (1917–2009) The Hand of Miles Davis, New York, July 1, 1986 sig
                  Apr. 03, 2024

                  IRVING PENN (1917–2009) The Hand of Miles Davis, New York, July 1, 1986 sig

                  Est: $100,000 - $150,000

                  IRVING PENN (1917–2009) The Hand of Miles Davis, New York, July 1, 1986 signed, titled, dated [with print date], stamped photographer's copyright credit and reproduction limitation in ink (mount, verso) image/sheet: 14 ¾ x 14 5⁄8 in. (37.4 x 37.1 cm.) mount: 17 x 17 in. (43.1 x 43.1 cm.)

                  Christie's
                • IRVING PENN (1917–2009) Two Men in White Masks, Cuzco, Peru, 1948 signed, t
                  Apr. 03, 2024

                  IRVING PENN (1917–2009) Two Men in White Masks, Cuzco, Peru, 1948 signed, t

                  Est: $12,000 - $18,000

                  IRVING PENN (1917–2009) Two Men in White Masks, Cuzco, Peru, 1948 signed, titled, dated [with print date], and numbered ‘13163’ in pencil, stamped photographer's copyright credit, with COURTESY OF VOGUE, Condé Nast Publications reproduction limitation and edition information in ink (mount, verso); credited, titled and dated on affixed gallery label (frame backing) image/sheet: 10 ½ x 10 ¼ in. (26.6 x 26 cm.) mount: 13 ½ x 12 ½ in. (34.2 x 31.7 cm.)

                  Christie's
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