George Hoyningen-Huene: Horst (with pole)
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Signed on verso From the Collection of Horst by Horst; blindstamp on recto. George Hoyningen-Huene (1900-1968) was born into the privileged world of the Russian aristocracy at the turn of the century. In Paris he worked for Vogue, first as an illustrator and then as becoming their extremely successful fashion photographer. He created unprecedented images of perfect elegance by means of models, clothes and above all, the manipulation of light. His style and technique were shaped by his contact with the artistic milieu of 1920s Paris, including his collaboration with Man Ray, and by the influence of the photographers Edward Steichen and Baron de Meyer.
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- George Hoyningen-Huene
- Width: 9 inches
- Height: 7.25 inches
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- Gelatin Silver Print