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Antony Snowdon

United Kingdom (1930 -  2017 )
SNOWDON Antony  Anthony Quayle In Arthur Miller's A View From A Bridge

Mallams /May 23, 2012
124.32 - 248.63
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Variants on Artist's name :

Armstrong-Jones Antony

 

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Antony Snowdon - Selected Images Of London

Antony Snowdon - Selected Images Of London

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Lot number: 4246
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Selected images of London. 1960s. 6 vintage gelatin silver prints. 29,5 x 24,5 cm. Each with agency stamp and 1 with typed press text label affixed to the verso.

After university Antony Armstrong-Jones began a career as a photographer in fashion, design and theater. His work as a portraitist gained recognition and he became known for his royal studies, among which were the official portraits of Queen Elizabeth II, and the Duke of Edinburgh for their 1957 tour of Canada.

In the early 1960s, Armstrong-Jones became the artistic adviser of the Sunday Times magazine, and by the 1970s he was one of Britain's most respected photographers. His work includes everything from fashion photography to documentary images of inner city life and the mentally ill, yet he is best known for his portraits of world personalities, many of them published in Vogue, Vanity Fair, and The Daily Telegraph magazine.

- Some light traces of use, one print with stronger vertical creases, one with layout marks in pencil, slight buckling in edges, otherwise most in good condition.
Snowdon, Lord
Antony Snowdon - Prince Charles

Antony Snowdon - Prince Charles

Original 1982
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Lot number: 10
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Lord Snowdon (b.1930)

Prince Charles, ca.1982
Vintage chromogenic print, signed in black ink in the margin, (framed),
35 x 26.5cm (13 1/2 x 10 3/8in)
Provenance: Acquired by the present owner from a charity auction which Snowdon donated to directly.

Please note this lot may be subject to droit de suite.

Under glass no visible damage
Antony Snowdon - Eduardo Paolozzi

Antony Snowdon - Eduardo Paolozzi

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Lot number: 379
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LOT 379
LORD SNOWDON

B. 1930
EDUARDO PAOLOZZI
chromogenic print, signed in ink in the margin, the photographer's copyright and reproduction rights stamp, with date and annotation in ink, on the reverse, framed, Buhl Collection and Guggenheim Museum exhibition labels on the reverse, 1988, printed in 2000
16 1/8 by 15½ in. (40.9 by 39.4 cm.)
Antony Snowdon -  Anthony Quayle In Arthur Miller's A View From A Bridge

Antony Snowdon - Anthony Quayle In Arthur Miller's A View From A Bridge

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Lot number: 401
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Anthony Armstrong Jones, Lord Snowdon (British, b.1930)
Anthony Quayle in Arthur Miller's A View from a Bridge, 1956, two vintage gelatin silver prints, photographer's stamps to the reverse, each 11 1/2" x 9 3/4" (2).

These pictures were photographed by Armstrong-Jones down in the docks. The play was banned by the Lord Chamberlain on account of a kiss between two men. This was the first male kiss on stage. The play therefore could only go ahead under club licence.

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Antony Snowdon - Helen Lessore In The Beaux Arts Gallery

Antony Snowdon - Helen Lessore In The Beaux Arts Gallery

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Lot number: 8
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LORD SNOWDON (b. 1930)
Helen Lessore in the Beaux Arts Gallery, early 1960s
gelatin silver print
titled and annotated in pencil, copyright limitation stamp(verso)
10 7/8 x 9½in (27.5 x 24.1cm)

Robertson, Russell and Snowdon, Private View, Thomas Nelson andSons, 1965, pp. 172-173.
The caption explains that Lessore directed the gallery 'untilits closure early in 1965. Renowned and irreplaceable for her totallack of compromise, she launched, among many others, FrankAuerbach, David Kossoff, Jack Smith, Derrick Greaves, EdwardMiddledith, Michael Andrews and Sheila Fell. Her gallery kept, inthe very centre of London, an informal and bed-sitterishatmosphere.'
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