NY Stonehill 1976. Published by Stonehill Publishing Company in 1976. Hardcover, first edition. First Printing. Introductory essay by Philippe Garner, captions by Helmut Newton. A very fine copy in fine+ dust jacket with a slight chip to bottom right cover of dj. White Women, Helmut Newton's legendary first work, appeared more than 20 years ago. With its superior mixture of aesthetics, technical perfection and bourgeois decadence it has lost nothing of its potency and attractiveness. Newton's work encompasses a wealth of themes, also embodying facets of the mass-media world of glamour, masquerade and show. Using subtle, yet striking images--like those of Paloma Picasso, Veruschka, Elsa Peretti, Karl Lagerfeld, David Hockney and Charlotte Rampling--Newton embraces the delicate, natural beauty of the naked female body. White Women is a masterpiece of erotic visual literature.
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Photo Date 1976 Print Date 1976
Dimensions 12-3/8 x 9-1/4 in. (314 x 235 mm)
Photo Country United States (USA)
Photographer Country United States (USA)
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