The Sie Kommen Pair(Naked and Dressed as Pair)Signed "Helmut Newton"

These are one of Newton’s most famous works. Both are signed by Helmut Newton. These exceptionally rare photographs are real collectors’ or investors’ pieces.

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"Sie Kommen" is one of the most iconic Newton images. It adorned his exhibitions in near life-size, providing a sculptural statement of Newton's fascination for strong yet beautiful woman. Life-sized versions of this photograph featured in Newton's "Private Property" Exhibitions in London and Paris and it is one of the photographs Newton included in his iconic book, Sumo.

"The point of my photography has always been to challenge myself, to go a little further than my Germanic discipline and Teutonic nature would traditionally permit me to."

Helmut Newton

Artwork Highlights

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Photoshoot Details

Location: Paris, France
Date       : 1981


Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Image: 19.5" x 19" 

Sheet: 24" x 20"


Pointed in or around 1984, this vintage photograph was one of several that Newton gave or sold to friends and acquaintances. Most were discarded or destroyed over time. This particular picture was given to an acquaintance in France around the time of Newton's "Private Property" Exhibitions. It has been acquired for ONGallery from its original owner by Norman Solomon, who knew Helmut very well and who, with John Dunnicliff, produced those Exhibitions


Signed “Helmut” in the bottom margin.


This fine art vintage photograph comes with a letter of provenance signed by Norman Solomon and supported by agreements validated by US courts validating Solomon and Dunnicliff's relationship with Newton.

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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