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Lillian Crawford, C-Type Print

Lillian Crawford is an open edition C-Type photography print by an American photographer Slim Aarons.

This image depicts the wife of actor Lee Kinsolving, Lillian Crawford on Palm Beach in 1970.

Please call us on +44 (0)1273 724829 if you would like to add framing to the largest size of this print (101 x 152cm).

Slim Aarons, Getty Images Gallery. Getty Images is the home of the Slim Aarons collection.

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    Specifications
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    Medium: Photography Print
    Edition Type: Open Edition
    Size (cm):
    SKU: EG03885
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    Your Framing Options at entergallery.com

    Box framing is provided with all our online framing, creating a distance between the glass and your artwork, so no risk of ink transfer to the pane. it's the perfect, gallery grade choice for limited edition prints or original artworks.

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    About the artist
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    Slim Aarons was one of the twentieth century’s most prolific documenters of celebrity and socialite life. Over six decades, Aarons photographed some of the world’s most beautiful people in some of the globes most desirable destinations: jet-setting from Beverly Hills to Capri to the French Riviera, Aarons snapped the likes of the Kennedy family, Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe, and Grace Kelly. 

    The visual language that Aarons developed became a byword for luxury, often mimicked in the twin worlds of fashion and adverting as the peak of aspirational life-styling. Though Aarons’ photographs could pass for a Vogue shoot, the artist himself worked without stylists or artificial lighting, capturing his subjects in their own clothes and settings for an air of authenticity. 

    After Aarons death in 2006, there has been renewed interest in his work, and photographers and fashion designers, including Paul Smith and Tom Ford, continue to pay homage to the late great in their influential campaigns.