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"Rue Aubriot, Paris 38x30" by Helmut Newton - Silver Gelatin Print
Rue Aubriot, Paris 38x30 Photography by Helmut Newton
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Helmut Newton

"Rue Aubriot, Paris 38x30"

  • Photography : Silver Gelatin Print

    Size : 24x20 in  |  61x51 cm
    Framed : 38x30 in  |  97x76 cm
    Edition : Not numbered

Hand Signed : Hand Signed By Artist on Recto in Margin, Date Inscription And Estate Stamp on V
Condition : Excellent
Framed with Glass : Museum Glass
Purchased from : Other 2019
Provenance / History :
Certificate of Authenticity : Norman Solomon (Newton's Former Manager)
LID : 128728
Helmut Newton - Germany

Art Brokerage: Helmut Newton German-Australian Artist: b. 1920-2004. Helmut Newton (born Helmut Neustädter; 31 October 1920 – 23 January 2004) was a German-Australian photographer. He was a "prolific, widely imitated fashion photographer whose provocative, erotically charged black-and-white photos were a mainstay of Vogue and other publications." Newton was born in Berlin, the son of Klara "Claire" (née Marquis) and Max Neustädter, a button factory owner. His family was Jewish. Newton attended the Heinrich-von-Treitschke-Realgymnasium and the American School in Berlin. Interested in photography from the age of 12 when he purchased his first camera, he worked for the German photographer Yva (de) (Elsie Neulander Simon) from 1936. The increasingly oppressive restrictions placed on Jews by the Nuremberg laws meant that his father lost control of the factory in which he manufactured buttons and buckles; he was briefly interned in a concentration camp on Kristallnacht, 9 November 1938, which finally compelled the family to leave Germany. Newton's parents fled to South America. He was issued with a passport just after turning 18 and left Germany on 5 December 1938. At Trieste he boarded the Conte Rosso (along with about 200 others escaping the Nazis), intending to journey to China. After arriving in Singapore he found he was able to remain there, first briefly as a photographer for the Straits Times and then as a portrait photographer. Helmut Newton's studies of nude women became his signature and the self-obsessed and often distant poses of the models frequent caused polemic in the art-world. He won the sobriquets "King of Kink" and Prince of Porn" in the 1970s after the publication of his erotic photo book "White Women." Listings wanted.



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