Slim Aarons

Slim Aarons Palm Springs Life Unframed Print PREORDER

Slim Aarons Palm Springs Life Unframed Print PREORDER

$820.00

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Nelda Linsk (left, in yellow), wife of art dealer Joseph Linsk with guests by the pool at the Linsk's desert house in Palm Springs, January 1970. At far left in white sunhat is actress Lita Baron and at far right is former fashion model Helen Dzo Dzo Kaptur in white lace. 

 

The photographs are printed and authorised by the Getty Images Gallery, London. Each print is numbered and estate stamped, and comes with an authenticity certificate. 

The Slim Aarons' photographic prints are produced from the original negative and developed in the Getty Images Gallery in London. They are printed on a traditional photographic paper (Fuji Crystal Archive Matt Finish) with colour C-Type Lambda. This process offers a continuous tone delivering beautifully vibrant and clear colours. 

The total size for UNFRAMED prints are as follows: 
Size C   406 x 508 mm
Size D   508 x 610 mm
Size E   508 x 762 mm
Size F   762 x 1016 mm

Size G 1016 x 1525 mm

This item is preorder Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

We can arrange framing for you - please contact us if you would like this option. 

Slim Aarons was an American photographer who became famous for capturing “Attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places”, as described by Slim Aarons himself.

Over the course of a career lasting half a century, Slim Aarons (1916-2006) portrayed high society, aristocracy, authors, artists, business icons, the celebrated and their milieu. In doing so, he captured a golden age of wealth, privilege, beauty and leisure that occurred alongside—but quite separate from—the cultural and political backdrop of the second half of the Twentieth Century. Slim was raised in New York and New Hampshire and began his photography career while in the Army and before long was appointed the official photographer of the United States Military Academy at West Point. When war broke out, he was sent as a combat photographer for Yank magazine and saw action from North Africa to the Middle East to Europe, witnessing the fall of Tobruk and the liberation of Rome, and he received a Purple Heart.