Fashion for Chloe 1977

Fashion for Chloe 1977


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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Karl Lagerfeld for Chloe, Stern Magazine, Tuscany.

“It’s that I don’t like white paper backgrounds. A woman does not live in front of white paper. She lives on the street, in a motor car, in a hotel room.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Location : Tuscany

Date        : 1977

Designer: Karl Lagerfeld for Chloe

Model     : Stern Magazine


Material

Printed on Fuji Fine Art Photo Rag 300gsm


Sizes

Small: 30 x 41 cm (12 x 16″)


Medium: 41 x 51 cm (16 x 20″)


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


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Ungaro for Nova

Ungaro for Nova


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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Published in the final year of Nova Magazine, Newton challenges the societal convention with this sexually charged shot in the magazine that was founded on breaking the "rules".

“It’s that I don’t like white paper backgrounds. A woman does not live in front of white paper. She lives on the street, in a motor car, in a hotel room.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Location  : Paris

Date         : 1975

Designer : Emanuel Ungaro

Magazine: Nova Magazine


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin printed c. 1984

ref: hn42


Sizes

51cm x 41cm / 41cm x 30cm

(20″ x 16″) / (16″ x 12″)


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


Framing Options

Soho Black Frame (recommended)

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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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David Bowie

David Bowie


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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Bowie and Newton shared a mutual respect for each other's creative genius, and became great personal friends, as well as Bowie becoming an avid collector of Newton's work.

“It began when I was so ill that there was a good chance of dying. I promised myself that if I survived I would never again pander to a magazine’s requests or follow the ideas of art directors. I would only make images which were personal, which arose out of my own life.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Location: Monte Carlo, Monaco

Date       : 1983

Model    : David Bowie


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Size

Medium: 41 x 51 cm (16 x 20″) | Last One


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


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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Elsa Peretti in Bunny Costume

Elsa Peretti in Bunny Costume


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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Perhaps Newton's most iconic work that followed on from the work he did for Playboy, 'Elsa Peretti in Bunny Costume' is a lasting image of the 1970's. Newton shot this work in New York amongst the towering skyscrapers that characterise the American Dream, equally epitomised by the Playboy lifestyle in the 70's. In it, Newton features the iconic motifs of his work - casting the intimacy of the night into the reality of the day, the clothing of the private into the sphere of the public and perhaps most masterfully, the voyeuristic gaze. From every window within the skyscrapers, we sense powerful gazes looking down on Peretti.

“…what I try to do is a good bad picture. I work it out very carefully, and then I do something that looks as if it went wrong.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Location : New York

Date        : 1975

Designer: Halston

Model     : Elsa Peretti


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Sizes

Large: 61 x 97 cm (24 x 38″)


Medium: 41 x 51 cm (16 x 20″)


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


Framing Options

Soho Black Frame (recommended)

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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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Blond on Blond

Blond on Blond


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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Shot for Vogue, 'Blonde on Blonde' features clothing by Yves Saint Laurent, whose career Helmut Newton is largely credited for helping to launch with avant-garde images such as this one. In this print, two identical women (one is a mannequin) stand in tantalisingly close proximity to each other, creating an imperfect but surreal mirror image. Often Newton worked in pairs, creating compositional dialogues that lent a sense of mystery and subversive tension to the work - creating untold, imaginary narratives.

“I am very attracted by bad taste-it is a lot more exciting than that supposed good taste which is nothing more than a standardized way of looking at things.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Designer: Yves Saint Laurent


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Sizes

Small: 30 x 41 cm (12 x 16″)


Medium: 41 x 51 cm (16 x 20″)


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


Framing Options

Soho Black Frame (recommended)

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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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British Vogue, 1967

British Vogue, 1967


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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Taken for a spread in 1967, 'British Vogue, 1967' was shot on an airfield outside of London. At the time, Newton's adventurous use of unusual backdrops and locations was groundbreaking - taking in the African desert, night-lit streets of Paris and beaches of Miami. While planes were taking off behind models in other photos for the spread, here Newton himself sets fly - granting us a fun, whimsical snapshot of model and photographer.

“The first 10, 000 shots are the worst.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Location: London

Date       : 1967


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Sizes

Small: 30 x 41 cm (12 x 16″)


Medium: 41 x 51 cm (16 x 20″)


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


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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Charlotte Rampling

Charlotte Rampling


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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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. Of all work produced by Newton and Rampling, none are as intimate portrayal as this. Cast as the destructive femme fatale, Newton's masterful control of lighting and composition suggests the oscillating sides to her character: at once strong and fragile, confident and fearful.

“I like photographing women who appear to know something of life. I recently did a session with a great beauty, a movie star in in her thirties. I photographed her twice within three weeks and the second time I said: “You’re much more beautiful today than you were three weeks ago.” And she replied: “But I’m also three weeks older”.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Date   : 1967

Model: Charlotte Rampling


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Sizes

Small: 30 x 41 cm (12 x 16″)


Medium: 51 x 41 cm (20 x 16″) | Last One


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


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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Charlotte Rampling at Hotel du Nord

Charlotte Rampling at Hotel du Nord (Signed by Helmut Newton)


This is an extremely rare vintage photograph of Charlotte Rampling taken by Helmut Newton and signed "Helmut," one of the few of its kind in existence.

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Rare, Signed by Helmut Newton.

English Actress Charlotte Rampling was one of Helmut Newton's favourite sitters, a true icon of the Swinging Sixties. A fashionista, film star and muse, Rampling worked across European cinema in English, French and Italian with the likes of Woody Allen, Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Seen here in a seductive pose, reaching for her glass she strikes a seductive pose.

“In my vocabulary there are two bad words: art and good taste.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Location: Hotel du Nord, France

Date       : 1973

Model    : Charlotte Rampling


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Size

Medium: 51 x 61 cm (20 x 24″) | Last One


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Signature

Signed by Helmut Newton


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


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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Chez Patou

Chez Patou


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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Shot for French Vogue in 1977, 'Chez Patou' is a dramatic take on the atelier model. Laced with attitude and independence, Newton reveals the inner character of the models otherwise suppressed by the function of their task. Here, the model not the clothing becomes the focus of the photograph. When Newton did shoot indoors, he preferred to use the ateliers of his artist and designer friends in Paris.

“There must be a certain look of availability in the women I photograph. I think the woman who gives the appearance of being available is sexually much more exciting than a woman who’s completely distant. This sense of availability I find erotic.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Location  : Paris

Date         : 1977

Magazine: Vogue (France)


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Sizes

Small: 30 x 41 cm (12 x 16″) | Last One


Medium: 41 x 51 cm (16 x 20″)


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


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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Comme Jackie O

Comme Jackie O


A rare pre-1985 original vintage print produced in limited numbers from a series of transparencies that Newton considered his most provocative and important work through 1985.

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Perhaps the most remarkable work, at least for its sensationalist story, in the gallery's collection is this photograph of super-model Linda Morand posing as Jacqui Kennedy for French Vogue. The two were well known for looking alike and Newton's satirical reportage of Morand as Kennedy became an iconic Vogue spread. The notorious shoot emphasises the brave, single-mindedness of Helmut Newton's creativity - his provocative perspective stretching even to the doors of the White House. As the story goes, Richard Avedon sent a telegram to Newton following the shot congratulating him and letting him know that the First Lady was getting ready to sue Newton for defamation of image!

“My women are always victorious.”


Helmut Newton

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Photoshoot Details

Location  : Paris

Date         : 1970

Magazine: Vogue (France)

Model      : Linda Morand


Material

Printed on Silver Gelatin Vintage Print


Sizes

Small: 30 x 41 cm (12 x 16″)


Medium: 41 x 51 cm (16 x 20″) | Last One


Source

Verified Authentic from the collection of vintage prints 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.


Certification

This limited edition fine art print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Norman Solomon. The ownership rights of this vintage print are supported by an original agreement with Newton in 1984, and supplemented by a further agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate in 2012.


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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