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  • Ralph Lauren Home Leaping Beatles
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    "Leaping Beatles" was shot in 1963 by the Hulton Archive, which is regarded as the greatest archive of photojournalism and reflects history in pictures over the last millennium. In this limited-edition print supplied by Getty Images, The Beatles rehearse for that night's Royal Variety Performance at the Prince of Wales Theatre on November 4, which The Queen Mother will attend. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 11" W. Black wood frame: 15" L x 15" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Audrey's Funny Face
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    This limited-edition print supplied by Getty Images features actress Audrey Hepburn on the set of the Paramount musical "Funny Face," which used beautiful costumes designed by Givenchy. "Audrey's Funny Face" was photographed in 1956 by Bert Hardy. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 15" W. Burl wood frame: 19" L x 23" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Top Drivers
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    "Top Drivers" was photographed by the London Evening Standard on March 13, 1965, and features Joakim Bonnier, Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, John Surtees and Jack Brabham competing at Brands Hatch. This print was supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 14" W. Black wood frame: 18" L x 21" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Clark and Chapman
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    "Clark and Chapman" was taken on July 10, 1964, by Fox Photos and features British race-car driver Jim Clark with the founder of Lotus Cars, Colin Chapman, in the pits at Brands Hatch in Kent. This print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 10" L x 15" W. Black wood frame: 17" L x 22" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Thoughtful Al
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    "Thoughtful Al" was photographed in 1974 by Steve Wood and features American actor Al Pacino in London. After making his name in "The Godfather" and "Serpico," Pacino was finally awarded a Best Actor Oscar for his role in "Scent of a Woman." This print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. 11" L x 15" W. Black wood frame: 18" L x 22" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Cross-Legged Cary
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    "Cross-Legged Cary" was shot in 1963 by the Hulton Archive, which is regarded as the greatest archive of photojournalism and reflects history in pictures over the last millennium. In this limited-edition print supplied by Getty Images, British actor and comedian Cary Grant sits in a tuxedo with his legs crossed in a promotional portrait for Sidney Sheldon's film "Dream Wife." Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 14½" L x 10½" W. Black wood frame: 17½" L x 17½" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Fred Astaire
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    "Fred Astaire..." was shot in 1946 by the Hulton Archive, which is regarded as the greatest archive of photojournalism and reflects history in pictures over the last millennium. This limited-edition print is supplied by Getty Images. In this image, Fred Astaire, the American dancing star, dons the familiar top hat, ascot tie and tails for his farewell rehearsal dance in Paramount's "Blue Skies," after which he announced his retirement. He is practicing the part of Jed Potter on the studio rooftop. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 8¼" L x 10¾" W. Black wood frame: 15¼" L x 19" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Eartha Kitt
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    This beautiful photograph of Eartha Kitt was taken by photographer Michael Ochs in 1970. This limited-edition print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 15" W. Silver frame: 27" L x 31½" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Derby Spectator
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    "Derby Spectator" was shot in 1923 by the Topical Press Agency and is a limited-edition print supplied by Getty Images. This print features a spectator looking through binoculars at the Derby horse races in Epsom, Surrey, England. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 15" W. Black satin frame: 19" L x 23" W.
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  • Ralph Lauren Home Rolling Stones
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    In 1969, 20-year-old Mick Taylor replaced Brian Jones in the Rolling Stones. The group, from left to right, poses in Hyde Park, London: Charlie Watts, Mick Taylor, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Bill Wyman. "Rolling Stones" was photographed in 1969 by J. Wilds. This print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Available in two sizes: 8" L x 11" W image with a 15" L x 18" W frame; 10" L x 15" W image with a 17" L x 22" W frame.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Jane Birkin
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    The image for this print was photographed by S.E. Orchard on October 28, 1968, and features British singer Jane Birkin, who is best known for "Je T'Aime," her duet with Serge Gainsbourg. This print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 11" W. Silver frame: 18" L x 18" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Bluebird
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    "Bluebird" was photographed in 1929 by Edward G. Malindine and features the Napier Arrol Aster car used by Sir Malcolm Campbell to break the land-speed record. This limited-edition print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 15" W. Black frame: 17" L x 22" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Jackie on Horseback
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    "Jackie on Horseback" was shot in 1967 by the Hulton Archive, which is regarded as the greatest archive of photojournalism and reflects history in pictures over the last millennium. In this print supplied by Getty Images, Jacqueline Kennedy rides a chestnut mare during a vacation in Ireland. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 10" L x 15" W. Silver frame: 17½" L x 22½" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Top-Hatted Chanteuse
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    "Top-Hatted Chanteuse" was shot in 1959 by Slim Aarons. An American photographer noted for photographing socialites and celebrities, Aarons enlisted in the Army at 18 and worked as a photographer at West Point, later serving as a combat photographer in WWII and earning a Purple Heart. After the war, Aarons moved to California and began photographing Hollywood. His work appeared in "Life," "Town & Country" and "Holiday" magazines. "Top-Hatted Chanteuse" features Marlene Dietrich performing at an April in Paris ball in New York. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 14" W. Silver frame: 20" L x 23" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home All Mine
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    Photographed by Slim Aarons in 1968, "All Mine" features Jim Kimberly and his wife with his white sports car and boats moored on Lake Worth. A Palm Beach socialite, he also acted as Honorary Consul of Jordan. This print was supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 11" W. Burl frame: 18½" L x 18½" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Sweet Smelling
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    This limited-edition print supplied by Getty Images features a photograph shot by Jack Esten in 1956. "Sweet Smelling" shows American film star Marilyn Monroe smelling a rosebud. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Available in two sizes: 8¼" L x 8" W image with 15½" L x 18½" W silver frame; 11" L x 14" W image with 20" L x 24" W silver frame.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Newman on the Beach
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    "Newman on the Beach" was shot in 1958 by the Hulton Archive, which is regarded as the greatest archive of photojournalism and reflects history in pictures over the last millennium. In this limited-edition print supplied by Getty Images, American actor Paul Newman walks along the beach. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 10½" L x 11" W. Burl frame: 18" L x 18½" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Cassini & Kelly at Party
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    Photographed by Murray Garrett in 1955, this beautiful image features costume and fashion designer Oleg Cassini sitting at a table with American actress Grace Kelly at a party given by Hollywood gossip columnist Louella Parsons. This print was supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 12½" L x 10¾" W. Silver frame: 21½" L x 19¾" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Nice Pool
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    "Nice Pool" was photographed by Slim Aarons and features American writer C.Z. Guest (Mrs. Winston F.C. Guest) and her son Alexander Michael Douglas Dudley Guest in front of their Grecian temple pool on the oceanfront Villa Artemis in Palm Beach, Florida. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 11" W. Silver frame: 19½" L x 19½" W.
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  • Ralph Lauren Home C.Z.'s House
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    In "C.Z.'s House," photographed by Slim Aarons in 1955, Mrs. Winston F.C. Guest reclines on a garden chair in front of the Grecian temple pool on her oceanfront estate, Villa Artemis in Palm Beach, Florida. This print was supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 10" L x 15" W. Silver frame: 17½" L x 22½" W.
  • MAGNUM PHOTOS American actor Robert DOWNEY Jr. Photography
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    Design by Paolo Pellegrin. Composition: Pigment print, Paper. Details: American actor Robert DOWNEY Jr, London 2008 by Paolo Pellegrin. Pigment print. 10-piece edition. Numbered copy signed by the artist on archive label on the reverse. Measurements: Height: 19.5 inches Width: 23.4 inches.
  • MARC QUINN Under The Ocean Limited edition Print with bespoke wooden frame Print
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    Design by Marc Quinn. Composition: Paper, Pigment print. Details: Under The Ocean - Print Edition, by Marc Quinn. Archival pigment print on Somerset Photo satin 300gsm paper, wooden frame. 150-piece edition. Signed and numbered. Fruit and flowers combine to create a new image, non-existent in nature, and give life to on. Measurements: Height: 8.93 inches Width: 12.01 inches.
  • MAGNUM PHOTOS The Swedish model Lisa Fonssagrieves posing for Schiaparelli clothes in Paris, 1952. Photograph
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    Design by Dennis Stock. Composition: Fine Art Giclée print, brown frame, Acid-free 100% cotton paper. Details: The Swedish model Lisa Fonssagrieves posing for Schiaparelli clothes in Paris, 1952 by Dennis Stock. Fine art giclée print on acid-free 100% cotton paper, brown wooden frame. 150-piece edition. Authenticated. Measurements of photographic print only: 20,5 x 20,5 cm. The Swedish model Lisa Fonssagrives posing for Schiaparelli clothes. Measurements: Height: 12.29 inches Width: 12.29 inches.
  • MAGNUM PHOTOS James DEAN, US actor. Photography
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    Design by Dennis Stock. Composition: Paper. Details: James DEAN, US actor, Fairmount (Indiana, USA) 1955 by Dennis Stock. Platinum print. 10-piece edition. Numbered copy signed and stamped on the reverse by the artist. James Dean returns to Fairmount, where he grew up, and visits his old school, Fairmount High School. Measurements: Height: 15.99 inches Width: 19.89 inches.
  • MAGNUM PHOTOS Audrey Hepburn on the set of "Funny Face" in Paris. 1956. Photograph
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    Design by David Seymour. Composition: Fine Art Giclée print, brown frame, Acid-free 100% cotton paper. Details: Audrey Hepburn on the set of "Funny Face" in Paris. 1956 by David Seymour. Fine art giclée print on acid-free 100% cotton paper, brown wooden frame. 150-piece edition. Authenticated. Measurements of photographic print only: 17 x 25,5 cm. 1st arrondissement, Jardins des Tuileries, Dutch actress Audrey Hepburn starring "Funny Face", a musical film directed by Stanley Donen, containing assorted songs by George and Ira Gershwin. Measurements: Height: 14.24 inches Width: 10.92 inches.
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