N-0001 Helmut Newton Helmut Newton
'Elsa Pereti Bunny Costume' is Helmut Newton 's timeless image taken in the 70 's after the Playboy shoot. It is no exaggeration to say that this is the most iconic image in his work. Newton captures the 70s Playboy lifestyle that also characterizes the American dream against the backdrop of the New York skyscrapers that represent the American dream. Newton uses his attributes here too - hinting at the romanticism of the night into the realities of the day, with Bunny , the costume by Halston that hung in Elsa's closet in her private space. It was worn and photographed at 11:00 noon. And genius is the peeping element. Through the work, you can feel that a strong gaze is pouring on Elsa from all the windows of the surrounding skyscrapers. The work was introduced in Vogue Paris in 1976 and in Helmut Newton's first book, White Women , and has since been widely published.
30 Limited Edition- Domestic limited 30 sheets (2021 version)
Estimated delivery time: 6 to 7 weeks (with frame)
Please contact us as we may have stock in Japan. (Estimated delivery time: 1 to 2 weeks)
- 20" x 24" - Sheet size 508mm x 609mm Frame size 550mm x 730mm
- 16" x 20" - Sheet size 406mm x 508mm Frame size 475mm x 657mm
- 11" x 14" - Sheet size 279mm x 356mm Frame size 369mm x 446mm
*Please note that the frame is an original handmade product, so there may be some errors in the size.
Digital Gelatin Silver Prints- It will be a modern print work printed on a gelatin silver sheet by converting the film to digital. A gelatin silver print is a photograph printed on silver halide photographic paper. Generally called "silver halide photography", the latter half of the 20th century was an era when the quality of monochrome silver gelatin prints was at its peak. It is widely used as the final completed form of the photographic work, such as the artist's "portfolio", the "exhibition print" for the exhibition, the "preservation print" as an archive, and the "original print" for selling the work. This is a traditional printing method. The back of the work will have a proof stamp from International images LLC (Mr. Norman Solomon) who owns the work .
Original framing - A long-established framing established in 1969 that has been carefully selected from Japan - Fitting works one by one, keeping the picture and blank space in the best balance, drawing out the energy of the work to the maximum. A matte black wooden frame, surface acrylic, and acid-free paper are set to create a modern finish that exudes dignity. Being in space is a wonderful thing.
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Certificate- This Helmut Newton work was supported by the original contract between Helmut Newton and Norman Solomon in 1984 and was held at Sotheby's, one of the world's largest auctions, in 1985 . The collection has formally awarded ownership of the 45 negatives and some original prints of the Private Property Collection series to Mr. Norman Solomon ( International images LLC) . In 2013 , the US Copyright Office was supplemented by a further formal settlement agreement with The Helmut Newton Estate.
All works will be given a certificate officially issued by International images LLC .
If you are interested in modern prints, original prints (with Helmut Newton's signature), and vintage prints, please contact us via direct message.
If you have any other questions, please contact the International Images Gallery in Japan.