"Charlotte Rampling at the Hotel Nord, Arles France" Signed Vintage Silver Gelatin Print w/ Estate Copyright Stamp 20x24 (Inquire for Pricing) by Helmut Newton Photography | Global Images USA Skip to content
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"Charlotte Rampling at the Hotel Nord, Arles France" Signed Vintage Silver Gelatin Print w/ Estate Copyright Stamp 20x24 (Inquire for Pricing) by Helmut Newton Photography

$18,000.00

Rare Signed 16x20 Vintage Silver Gelatin Print with Hand Date and Estate Copyright Stamp On Verso.

Beautiful example of one of Newton's most popular works featuring one of his favorite models and longtime friends Charlotte Rampling.  In as new condition with Certificate and Estate Copyright stamp.

Amazingly, despite the fact that Newton was known for his erotically charged photography, it was not until he was 59 years old that he shot his first nudes.
“It was not until 1980 that I photographed what I consider to be my first nude. In quick succession I executed the Big Nudes, the Naked and Dressed, and, in Los Angeles, the Domestic Nudes series. The fact that the models in these photographs were the same girls I used in my fashion work gave them a certain elegance and coolness that I was looking for in my work.” - Helmut Newton - on models. "American Photo", January/February 2000

This is a vintage silver gelatine print produced from one of a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985. Always unsigned, they were sent out to major publications to stimulate interest in a photographer’s work. Most were destroyed or written over; it is very rare to find them in immaculate condition.

This collection of vintage prints was gifted to Newton’s agents, Norman Solomon and John Dunnicliff, in recognition of the work he had carried out in promoting Newton’s “Private Property” series of exhibitions in 1985. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a US-court's endorsed settlement in 2012.





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