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    Whether you are feeling optimistic or Eeyorish, this print is sure to raise a smile. Its grey background and bright yellow text is reminiscent of sunshine breaking through grey storm clouds - a reminder to always persevere in the face of adversity. Our House by John Lewis range is designed to be at the heart of a contemporary home: well thought out, well made and surprisingly affordable. The feel is modern and uncluttered; useful products that you’ll love to live with. Have you thought about hooks and fittings? Shop here. Artist : Nick Cranston. Brand : House by John Lewis. Dimensions : H70 x W50cm. Made in the UK : YES. Material : FSC certified paper. Subject : Typographic.
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    Oblivious to the precariousness of their perch, eleven men take a break on a beam high above the city. This vintage photo provides insight into the way our great cities were built Frame Description: Arqadia Satin Black 1.63 Inch Mat: Polar White and Harbor Image Dimension: 34.25 Inch W x 23.50 Inch H Outside Frame Dimension: 42.50 Inch W x 31.75 Inch H
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  • Photo of Elizabeth Taylor on Location for the 1955 Film "Giant" by Sid Avery
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    Elizabeth Taylor is the quintessential classic beauty and Hollywood star. This fine art print (silver gelatin) is one of our best sellers by renowned photographer Sid Avery (1918-2002). Limited edition print. What photographer Sid Avery said about taking this photo: "The cast had a table(lunch was catered) and we were sitting there eating. I sat across the table from Elizabeth Taylor. I had my Hasselblad camera down next to my plate. Next to her was Rock Hudson and the assistant director and next to me was James Dean and the director George Stevens. After finishing lunch, Liz pulled her chair back to get a little sun and when I saw her face up in the sun, with the light on it--it was just exquisite and I couldn't resist making a shot. It has become one of her favorite shots and is one of my favorite shots--it was just so candid and she looked so terrific. It's so odd because her violet eyes are such an important part of her beauty and yet her eyes were closed in the photo--but still her face is incredible." Other sizes are available. Also available framed. Contact support@chairish.com to inquire. Pricing follows: 11x14 (unframed): $975 11x14 (frame): $1125 16x20 (unframed): $1300 16x20 (framed): $1500 20x24 (unframed): $1550 20x24 (framed): $1785 More information about photographer Sid Avery: 1918 - 2002 In the fifties, a new style of glamour photography was seen. The fans wanted to look behind the façade. There was a desire to know what the stars were like in their private lives. “Candid” was the word in vogue. Periodicals like LIFE and Look set the tone, and The Saturday Evening Post and Photoplay adopted the new trend for their glamour spreads. One of the most successful among the photographers specializing in this new approach was SID AVERY. The established stars, used to the old system, were not easily convinced to let a photographer document them in their unvarnished private lives, but Avery succeeded where others failed—he managed to get in where no one else could—and he soon became the man magazine editors and art directors called on for their candid photo layouts. At an early age, Sid was introduced to photography by his uncle, Max Tatch, a landscape and architectural photographer. “He invited me into the darkroom to watch him print,” Avery remembers vividly. “I stood on a little box so I could see into the tray. I saw him put a piece of paper in what I thought was water, and all of a sudden this magic thing happened—a beautiful image began to appear. That experience stuck with me for a long time.” After graduating from Roosevelt High School, Sid landed a job a Morgan’s Camera store on Sunset Boulevard. Here he felt right in the center of the action. The shop was located near the old NBC studios, and served as a gathering spot for many well-known photographers, including some from LIFE magazine. After taking evening classes at Art Center and working for a period as a darkroom assistant, Sid went out on his own. Among Avery’s first odd jobs was that of taking glamour shots of the chorus girls at Earl Carroll’s Vanities and the Florentine Gardens. Who knows where this road would have taken him, but then Uncle Sam intervened—Avery was drafted into the Army. For most this would have been a setback—for Avery it turned out to be a godsend. He was assigned to the Signal Corps and selected to receive six months of training at LIFE in New York before being sent overseas. Stationed in London, he was placed in charge of the Army Pictorial Service Laboratory, where all the still and combat footage coming out of the European theater passed through his hands. During his stay in London he not only survived Hitler’s bombs, but managed to marry an English girl, Diana Berliner, who eventually became the mother of the couple’s three children, and a much-appreciated partner in Avery’s career as manager and promoter of his talent. When Avery returned to Hollywood after the war, he was ready for the photo journalism boom. While glamour photography in the twenties and thirtie
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