Deborah Turbeville (1932- 28 oct. 2013)

Serie Ecole Des Beaux Arts, 1974- 1980

Deborah Turbeville, planche contact, Ecole Des Beaux Arts,1977  from "Wallflower" (Hardcover – 1978)

Deborah Turbeville, planche contact, Ecole Des Beaux Arts,1977 from « Wallflower » (Hardcover – 1978)

Deborah Turbeville -  Ecole des Beaux Art, from Wallflower ,   1978

Deborah Turbeville – Ecole des Beaux Art, from Wallflower , 1978

 

Deborah Turbeville, Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1977._e

Deborah Turbeville, Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1977._e

Deborah Turbeville – fromEcole Des Beaux Arts,1974-1980 from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – fromEcole Des Beaux Arts,1974-1980 from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – fromEcole Des Beaux Arts, 1974- 1980 from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – fromEcole Des Beaux Arts, 1974- 1980 from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville- Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1977

Deborah Turbeville- Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1977

 

Deborah Turbeville – from serie Ecole Des Beaux Arts, 1974- 1980,  from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – from serie Ecole Des Beaux Arts, 1974- 1980, from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – from serie  Ecole Des Beaux Arts, 1974- 1980, from “Past Imperfect_e

Deborah Turbeville – from serie Ecole Des Beaux Arts, 1974- 1980, from “Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – from serie  Ecole Des Beaux Arts, 1974- 1980, from “Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – from serie Ecole Des Beaux Arts, 1974- 1980, from “Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – fromEcole Des Beaux Arts, 1977, from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – fromEcole Des Beaux Arts, 1977, from Past Imperfect

 

Deborah Turbeville, Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1977 ( Collage)

Deborah Turbeville, Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1977 ( Collage) , from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1980 ( Collage) from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1980 ( Collage) from past imperfect

 

Fashion

Deborah Turbeville, Glass House, Sonia Rykiel, Facade Magazine, Normandy, France, 1978

Deborah Turbeville, Glass House, Sonia Rykiel, Facade Magazine, Normandy, France, 1978

Deborah-Turbeville-Glass House Sonia Rykiel-Facade, Magazine Normandie-France, 1978

Deborah-Turbeville-Glass House Sonia Rykiel-Facade, Magazine Normandie-France, 1978

 

Deborah Turbeville - The glasshouse, from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – The glasshouse, from Past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Women in The Woods Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977, from past imperfect (2)

Deborah Turbeville, Women in The Woods Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977, from past imperfect (2)

 

Deborah Turbeville, L'Heure Entre Chien et Loup,  Ella, Anna, Isabelle, Fredericke and Robin in Valentino at the Bois du Faux Repos, VOGUE Italia, 1978 from Past I

Deborah Turbeville, L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Ella, Anna, Isabelle, Fredericke and Robin in Valentino at the Bois du Faux Repos, VOGUE Italia, 1978 from Past

L'Heure Entre Chien et Loup (Collage)  VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977

L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup (Collage) VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977

L'Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Vogue Italia - Deborah Turbeville , 1978 from past Imperfect

L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Vogue Italia – Deborah Turbeville , 1978 from past Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, L'Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Blumarine, VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977 from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Blumarine, VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977 from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Women in The Woods,  Ella, Anna, Isabella, Fredericke, and Robin in Valentino at the Bois du Faux Repos, VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977

Deborah Turbeville, Women in The Woods, Ella, Anna, Isabella, Fredericke, and Robin in Valentino at the Bois du Faux Repos, VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977

 

Deborah Turbeville, Isabella a in Blumarine, VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977, from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Isabella a in Blumarine, VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977, from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Women in The Woods,Isabella and Elle in Blumarine, VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977, from past imperfect (2)

Deborah Turbeville, Women in The Woods,Isabella and Elle in Blumarine, VOGUE Italia, Montova, Italy, 1977, from past imperfect (2)

 

L'Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Women in The Woods Series by Deborah Turbeville  for Vogue Italia, 1977_ from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect (2)

L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Women in The Woods Series by Deborah Turbeville for Vogue Italia, 1977 from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect

L'Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Blumarine, VOGUE Italia,  for Vogue Italia, 1977 from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect

L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Blumarine, VOGUE Italia, for Vogue Italia, 1977 from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect

L'Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Vogue Italia - Deborah Turbeville , 1978

L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Vogue Italia – Deborah Turbeville , 1978

L'Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Women in The Woods Series by Deborah Turbeville  for Vogue Italia, 1977_ from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect

L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Women in The Woods Series by Deborah Turbeville for Vogue Italia, 1977_ from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect

 

Deborah Turbeville -L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Model Isabelle Weingartenclothing by Blumarine, Montova, Italy, Vogue Italia, 1977

Deborah Turbeville -L’Heure Entre Chien et Loup, Model Isabelle Weingartenclothing by Blumarine, Montova, Italy, Vogue Italia, 1977

 

Deborah Turbeville, Steam Bath Series, Tanya, New York, 1984

Deborah Turbeville, Steam Bath Series, Tanya, New York, 1984

Deborah Turbeville, Steam Bath Series, Tanya, New York, 1984

Deborah Turbeville, Steam Bath Series, Tanya, New York, 1984

 

Deborah Turbeville, Steam Bath Series Tanya, New York, 1984 from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Steam Bath Series Tanya, New York, 1984 from past imperfect

Deborah-Turbeville. from -Past-Imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Steam Bath Series Tanya, New York, 1984 from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville - from Past Imperfect &_e

Deborah Turbeville- collage shot for  le Vogue Italia, Paris, 1986 from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville- collage shot for le Vogue Italia, Paris, 1986 from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville -The Staircase,  Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980, from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect,(ed• Steidl, 2009)

Deborah Turbeville -The Staircase, Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980, from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect,(ed• Steidl, 2009)

Deborah Turbeville – The Staircase, Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980, Past Imperfect_e

Deborah Turbeville – The Staircase, Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980, Past Imperfect

 

Deborah Turbeville, The Staircase – Aurelia Weingarten in Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980_e

Deborah Turbeville, The Staircase – Aurelia Weingarten in Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980

Deborah Turbeville, The Staircase, n in Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980_e

Deborah Turbeville, The Staircase, n in Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980

 

Deborah Turbeville, The Staircase, Aurelia Weingarten in Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980

Deborah Turbeville, The Staircase, Aurelia Weingarten in Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980

Deborah Turbeville, The Staircase- Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980

Deborah Turbeville, The Staircase- Commes des Garcons, Passage Vivienne, Paris, 1980

 

 

Deborah Turbeville, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, Calvin Klein Shoes, 1974

Deborah Turbeville, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, Calvin Klein Shoes, 1974

Deborah Turbeville, For Charles Jourdan, Clothes by Betsy Johnson, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, 1974_e

Deborah Turbeville, For Charles Jourdan Mannequins in clothes by Betsy Johnson, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, 1974, from Past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, For Charles Jourdan Mannequins in clothes by Betsy Johnson, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, 1974, from Past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, Calvin Klein Shoes Poland, 1974_e

Deborah Turbeville, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, Calvin Klein Shoes Poland, 1974

Deborah Turbeville, For Charles Jourdan, Clothes by Betsy Johnson, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, 1974 1_e

Deborah Turbeville, For Charles Jourdan, Clothes by Betsy Johnson, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, 1974

Deborah Turbeville, For Charles Jourdan Candy Pratt, Betsy Johnson, Ti, Beverly Morgan, Mary Martz, and Christa in clothes by Betsy Johnson, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, 1974_e

Deborah Turbeville, For Charles Jourdan Candy Pratt, Betsy Johnson, Ti, Beverly Morgan, Mary Martz, and Christa in clothes by Betsy Johnson, Woolf Form Dummy Factory in New York, 1974

Deborah Turbeville – from Wallflower, 1978

Deborah Turbeville – from Wallflower, 1978

 

 

Deborah Turbeville, Diana Vreeland, New York, VOGUE, 1981 from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Diana Vreeland, New York, VOGUE, 1981 from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville – Diana Vreeland, 1980-82

Deborah Turbeville – Diana Vreeland, 1981

Deborah Turbeville-  Diana Vreeland , 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Diana Vreeland , 1981

 

Deborah Turbeville, Diana Vreeland's Shoes, New York, VOGUE, 1981 from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville, Diana Vreeland’s Shoes, New York, VOGUE, 1981 from past imperfect

 

Deborah Turbeville – Masks at venice carnival,

Deborah Turbeville – Masks at venice carnival,

Deborah Turbeville -After Carneval, from serie Masks at venice carnival,

Deborah Turbeville -After Carneval, from serie Masks at venice carnival,

Deborah Turbeville – Mask at venice carnival,

Deborah Turbeville – Mask at venice carnival,

deborah turbeville- Bathhouse series, Vogue 1975. Photography by Deborah Turbeville, from past imperfect

deborah turbeville- Bathhouse series, Vogue 1975. Photography by Deborah Turbeville, from past imperfect

deborah turbeville- Bathhouse series, Vogue 1975. Photography by Deborah Turbeville, courtesy of Staley-wise Gallery, New York.2_e

deborah turbeville- Bathhouse series, Vogue 1975. Photography by Deborah Turbeville, courtesy of Staley-wise Gallery, New York.

deborah turbeville- Bathhouse series, Vogue 1975. Photography by Deborah Turbeville, courtesy of Staley-wise Gallery, New York.

deborah turbeville- Bathhouse series, Vogue 1975. Photography by Deborah Turbeville, courtesy of Staley-wise Gallery, New York.

 

 

Deborah Turbeville-Rosima in Comme des Garçons - 1985 - The garden at Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, France

Deborah Turbeville-Rosima in Comme des Garçons – 1985 – The garden at Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, France

Deborah Turbeville-Rosima in Comme des Garçons - 1985 - The garden at Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, France

Deborah Turbeville-Rosima in Comme des Garçons – 1985 – The garden at Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, France

Deborah Turbeville-Untitled  for Parc Vaux le Vicomte, france, 1985, (postcard)

Deborah Turbeville-Untitled for Parc Vaux le Vicomte, france, 1985, (postcard)

Deborah Turbeville- Rosana, Parco, Paris, 1980, from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect,(ed• Steidl, 2009)

Deborah Turbeville- Rosana, Parco, Paris, 1985, from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect,(ed• Steidl, 2009)

Deborah Turbeville- Rosana, Parco, Paris, 1980, from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect,(ed• Steidl, 2009)

Deborah Turbeville- Rosana, Parco, Paris, 1985, from the book of photographs, Past Imperfect,(ed• Steidl, 2009)

 

En 1978, alors que la photographe vivait à Paris, Jacqueline Onassis lui commande cette série afin de réaliser un livre de photographies sur les pièces secrètes du château de Versailles Unseen Versailles verra le jour avec cette commande.

Unseen Versailles. Photographs by Deborah Turbeville. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Unseen Versailles. Photographs by Deborah Turbeville. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981 (2)

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

 

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville – Horses bronze,from Unseen Versailles,  1981

Deborah Turbeville – Horses bronze,from Unseen Versailles, 1981

 

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981 (4)

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Petit theater of Marie Antoinette, Versailles, 1978

Deborah Turbeville- Petit theater of Marie Antoinette, Versailles, 1978

Deborah Turbeville -Versailles, boiseries dans la chambre de Mme Adelaïde, 1980_e

Deborah Turbeville -Versailles, boiseries dans la chambre de Mme Adelaïde, Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

 

Deborah Turbeville – Horses bronze,from Unseen Versailles,  1981

Deborah Turbeville – Horses bronze,from Unseen Versailles, 1981

Deborah Turbeville, Reflection , Unseen Versailles, Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville, Reflection , Unseen Versailles, Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

 

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981 1

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville-  12 plates from The Louyre, Versailles,  from Unseen Versailles. Photographs by Deborah Turbeville. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- 12 plates from The Louyre, Versailles, from Unseen Versailles. Photographs by Deborah Turbeville. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

 

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981 (3)

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville. Unseen Versailles.  Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville. Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981 7

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981 (5)

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

deborah turbeville- versailles, january 15th, 1980 Unseen Versailles. Photographs by Deborah Turbeville. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

deborah turbeville- versailles, january 15th, 1980 Unseen Versailles. Photographs by Deborah Turbeville. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville - from Unseen Versaille, 1981

Deborah Turbeville – from Unseen Versaille, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Unseen Versailles. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Versailles, 15 janvier 1980 from Unseen Versailles. Photographs by Deborah Turbeville. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- Versailles, 15 janvier 1980 from Unseen Versailles. Photographs by Deborah Turbeville. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1981

Deborah Turbeville- 'What Happened at Versailles ?'  for Vogue US, December 1980

Deborah Turbeville- ‘What Happened at Versailles ?’ for Vogue US, December 1980

Deborah Turbeville-  Versailles  from past imperfect

Deborah Turbeville- Versailles from past imperfect

 

Quelques planches de Wallflower ,   1978

Deborah Turbeville, Wallflower, self -portrait 1978

Deborah Turbeville, Wallflower, self -portrait 1978

Deborah Turbeville- from Wallflower Deborah; Israel, Marvin; Morgan, Kate Turbeville

Deborah Turbeville- from Wallflower Deborah; Israel, Marvin; Morgan, Kate Turbeville

Deborah Turbeville – from Wallflower, 1978

Deborah Turbeville – from Wallflower, 1978

Deborah Turbeville -  Wallflower ,   1978

Deborah Turbeville – Wallflower , 1978

Deborah Turbeville -  Wallflower ,   1978

Deborah Turbeville – Wallflower , 1978

Deborah Turbeville - collage past imperfect,

Deborah Turbeville – collage past imperfect

 

Deborah Turbeville- Krakow, Kasia and Audrey, W Magazine, Cantor Theater, Poland, 1997

Deborah Turbeville- Krakow, Kasia and Audrey, W Magazine, Cantor Theater, Poland, 1997

Deborah Turbeville - Self-portrait , 1998

Deborah Turbeville – Self-portrait , 1998

Deborah Turbeville by  Karel Krizak

Deborah Turbeville by Karel Krizak

Deborah Turbeville on the island of Hvar, Croatia, 1986. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Deborah Turbeville on the island of Hvar, Croatia, 1986. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Sa dernière vidéo un court métrage

 

 

 

Edward Steichen

Edward Steichen – Modefoto, 1931

Edward Steichen – photo de mode pour Vogue modèle G. André , 1931

 

Edward Steichen- G. Andre for Vogue, 1937

Edward Steichen- Photo de mode modèle  G. André , Vogue, 1937

Fernand Fonssagrives ( 1910 – 2003)

Né en 1910 d’un père sculpteur et d’une mère musicienne, ils ont encouragé Fonssagrives à faire des son plus jeune âge ce  qu’il aimait le plus: il s’est donc intéressé très tôt à  la science, l’art, le sport, la gymnastique et la danse. Il a déménagé en Amérique à l’âge de 18 ans afin de poursuivre ses études de danse, et n’ est retourné en Europe qu’à l’âge de 21 ans pour effectué son le service militaire.Suite à cela, il a rejoint une compagnie de danse allemande, où il a rencontré la danseuse suédoise  Lisa Bergstrom qui est devenue sa partenaire de danse, puis sa femme. Son œuvre la plus mémorable retrace le partenariat unique qu’il a eu avec elle ( qui fût  sa première femme), le modèle légendaire  qu’est Lisa Fonssagrives (qui ensuite se maria au grand  Irving Penn).

Lisa est en partie  « responsable » du travail photographique que  Fonssagrives mena. En effet, elle lui offrit un appareil, après que  sa carrière de danseur ne prenne fin en raison d’une blessure. Cet appareil dira-t-il ; «Il est devenu une partie de mon corps. »

Fernand et Lisa passent deux ans en Europe , ce grâce à la  vente des photos qu’il réalise  d’elle ( 50 publications européennes) .  Lisa est devenue Le modèle demandée par tous, et fît une carrière de mannequin notoire. Malheureusement, leurs carrières ont divergé et le mariage a pris fin; Lisa était l’incarnation de la mode, et si Fonssagrives travaillé pour la crème de l’industrie du magazine comme Vogue, Bazaar et Town & Country Harpers, il finit par se lasser voir  haïr le mode de  la mode .

Pour retrouver sa liberté créative après toutes ces désillusions avec la photographie publicitaire, il a déménagé à Espagne et s’est mis à sculpter, et a retrouvé son indépendance créative. De retour à New York après deux ans, ses sculptures trouvent un grand succès et se vendent très bien.

il a fini les restes de ses jours à  Little Rock.

Fernand Fonssagrives  - Studio Couch,perspective,  1956

Fernand Fonssagrives – Studio Couch,perspective, modèle Lisa Fonssagrives, 1956

Fernand Fonssagrives - Chequered, 1950

Fernand Fonssagrives – Chequered, modèle Lisa Fonssagrives, 1950

Perspective Pointilleimage, 1955-56

Fernand Fonssagrives – Perspective Pointilleimage, modèle Lisa Fonssagrives, 1955-56

Fernand Fonssagrives  Lisa Fonssagrives c. 1950 &

Fernand Fonssagrives – Untitled, modèle Lisa Fonssagrives , 1950

Fernand Fonssagrives -Lisa Fonssagrives Date c1950.

Fernand Fonssagrives -Untitled, modèle Lisa Fonssagrives , 1950.

Fernand Fonssagrives - Contours 1954-1958

Fernand Fonssagrives – Contours 1954-1958

Fernand Fonssagrives – Suzette 1954

Fernand Fonssagrives – Suzette 1954

Fernand-Fonssagrives-Sand fence,  1930

Fernand-Fonssagrives-Sand fence, 1930

Fernand Fonssagrives- Negresco Balcony, model Lisa Fonssagrives, 1934

Fernand Fonssagrives- Negresco Balcony, modè le Lisa Fonssagrives, Nice, 1934

Fernand Fonssagrives- 3 plaches de Lisa, 1950 published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- 3 plaches de Lisa, 1950 published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- Lisa, 1950 published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- Lisa, 1950 published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- untitled, 1950, published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- untitled, 1950, published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives Saut et bateau, modele Lisa, 1937

Fernand Fonssagrives Saut et bateau, modele Lisa, 1937

Fernand Fonssagrives- l' Elan, 1935

Fernand Fonssagrives-  Elan, 1935

Fernand Fonssagrives - Nip Up, 1935

Fernand Fonssagrives – Nip Up, 1935

Fernand Fonssagrives- Nu Sable, model Lisa, 1949.

Fernand Fonssagrives- Nu Sable, model Lisa, 1949.

Fernand Fonssagrives- “Mexican Extravaganza”, Lisa Fonssagrives, 1949 (2)

Fernand Fonssagrives- “Mexican Extravaganza”, Lisa Fonssagrives, 1949

Fernand Fonssagrives- Le Plage de Cabasson, Lisa Fonssagrives, 1936 (2)

Fernand Fonssagrives- Le Plage de Cabasson, Lisa Fonssagrives, 1936

Fernand Fonssagrives - La truite, 1935

Fernand Fonssagrives – La truite, 1935

Fernand-Fonssagrives-One Side light, 1940s( detail)

Fernand-Fonssagrives-One Side light, 1940s( detail)

Fernand Fonssagrives- untitled, 1950, published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- untitled, 1950, published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- 2 planches, 1950, published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- 2 planches, 1950, published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Figure#1, 1951,

Fernand Fonssagrives- Untitled, 1950, published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- The Dancer, 1952. (2)

Fernand Fonssagrives- The Dancer, 1952.

Fernand Fonssagrives- Fibonacci’s Dream, 1955

Fernand Fonssagrives- Fibonacci’s Dream I, 1955

Fernand Fonssagrives - Fibonacci's Dream II 1950s

Fernand Fonssagrives – Fibonacci’s Dream II 1950s

Fernand Fonssagrives- The Coat Hanger, 1940s published in figure# 1-(greenwich-village, nudes) , 1951

Fernand Fonssagrives- The Coat Hanger, 1940s

Fernand Fonssagrives-Stretching Mesh. For Hanes Hosiery , 1958 (2)

Fernand Fonssagrives-Stretching Mesh. For Hanes Hosiery , 1958

Fernand Fonssagrives- Lisa's eye , 1954

Fernand Fonssagrives- Lisa’s eye , 1954

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Fernand Fonssagrives- Lisa’s eyes , 1954

Sitting Pretty Peek-A-Boo Chair, 1956 Photographer Fernand Fonssagrives

Fernand Fonssagrives- Sitting Pretty Peek-A-Boo Chair, 1956

Fernand Fonssagrives - Boudoir (Nude on Chair), 1956

Fernand Fonssagrives – Boudoir (Nude on Chair), 1956

Fernand Fonssagrives- model Lisa, 1942

Fernand Fonssagrives- model Lisa, 1942

Fernand Fonssagrives-  Lisa Fonssagrives for  Jacques Fath Collection's, 1949

Fernand Fonssagrives- Lisa Fonssagrives for Jacques Fath Collection’s, 1949

 

 

Edward Steichen – Fashion Vogue & Vanity Fair

Après avoir rejoint  le pictorialiste renommé Alfred Stieglitz pour soutenir le mouvement « Photo-secession » aux États-Unis au debut 1900, période durant laquelle , l’appareil photo était pour Steichen un outil, au même titre que le pinceau ou le fusain, au moyen duquel exprimer sa perception de la vie

Après la Première Guerre mondiale, au cours de laquelle, il revient à la « straight photography », il évolue ensuite progressivement vers la photographie de mode. Au début des années 1920, l’éditeur américain Condé Nast le choisit pour devenir le photographe en chef des publications du groupe, imposant ses exigences en matière de photographie : « La distinction, l’élégance et le chic. » Il travaille particulièrement pour Vanity Fair et pour Vogue, magazines pour lesquels il réalise notamment de nombreux portraits de célébrités, démontrant une grande capacité à mettre en valeur ses sujets. Il travaillera également étroitement avec Carmel Snow d’Harper’s Bazaar.

Il photographie Gloria Swanson en 1924, puis l’une de ses photographies de l’actrice Greta Garbo, datant de 1928, parue en couverture du magazine Life le , est considéré comme l’un des portraits in.oubliables de l’actrice

Edward Steichen- Gloria Swanson en 1924

Edward Steichen- Greta Garbo,1938

Edward Steichen- Greta Garbo,for Life magazine 1955

Edward Steichen fut aussi  le photographe principal de Vanity Fair et de Vogue dans les années 20 et 30.
Reconnu pour son style distinctif et l’usage qu’il faisait de la lumière dans ses portraits dès le début du siècle, Steichen consacra sa vision artistique à « transformer la photographie de mode et à capturer la sophistication de la femme moderne . Son travail pour la mode en particulier à révolutionné le genre de la photographie de mode.

Edward Steichen-Actress Corinne Griffith, standing in front of lilies and a painting with gilt frame,pulished in vanity fair in1920

Tamaris with Hand-Colored Modernist Scarf, 1925 (Edward Steichen)

Anita Chace wearing a shawl with a huge abstract print and crocheted trim with long fringe for American Vogue, 1925 by Edward Steichen

 

Edward Steichen- Actress Lenore Ulric wearing a headwrap and pearl necklace., pulished in vanity fair in1925

Edward Steichen- Gertrude Lawrence covering her face with a fanpulished in vanity fair in.1929

Edward Steichen- Portrait of Jeanne Jacqueline Harper, mother of artist Niki de Saint Phalle wearing a Persian costume.pulished in vanity fair in1925

Edward Steichen- Touch is Love, 1934

 Edward Steichen - Fashion shoot, 1931

Edward Steichen – Fashion shoot, 1931

Edward Steichen - Kendall Lee for Cartier, 1925

Edward Steichen – Kendall Lee for Cartier, 1925

 

Edward Steichen - Marlene Dietrich, for American Vogue, 1935

Edward Steichen – Marlene Dietrich, for American Vogue, 1935

 

Edward Steichen - American actress Mary Heberden, for Vogue, 1930´s

Edward Steichen – American actress Mary Heberden, for Vogue, 1930´s

 

Edward Steichen -Model unknow, for Vogue, 1930's

Edward Steichen -Model unknow, for Vogue, 1930’s

 

Edward Steichen -Model unknow, for Vogue, 1930's

Edward Steichen -Model unknow, for Vogue, 1930’s

Edward Steichen – Marion Morehouse in the Louise Boulanger dress ,1926

Edward Steichen -model Margaret Horan in a black {dress by Jay-Thorpe}, for Vogue,1935

Edward Steichen -model Margaret Horan in a black {dress by Jay-Thorpe}, for Vogue,1935

Edward Steichen- For Poiret Fashions, 1911 {from Art et Décoration}

Edward Steichen- For Poiret Fashions, 1911 {from Art et Décoration}

 

Edward Steichen -Model Marion Morehouse (dress by Kargère) // masks by the illustrator W.T. Benda, 1926

Edward Steichen -Model Marion Morehouse (dress by Kargère) // masks by the illustrator W.T. Benda, 1926

Edward Steichen -Model Marion Morehouse ( dress by Kargère) // masks by the illustrator W.T. Benda, 1926

Edward Steichen -Model Marion Morehouse ( dress by Kargère) // masks by the illustrator W.T. Benda, 1926

 

Edward Steichen -Models Marion Morehouse (in a bouffant dress) and the actress Helen Lyons (in a long sleeve dress by Kargère) // masks by the illustrator W.T. Benda, 1926.

Edward Steichen -Models Marion Morehouse (in a bouffant dress) and the actress Helen Lyons (in a long sleeve dress by Kargère) // masks by the illustrator W.T. Benda, 1926.

 

Edward Steichen- Model unknow (ensemble de la créatrice Suzanne Talbot) , 1925

Edward Steichen- Model unknow (ensemble de la créatrice Suzanne Talbot) , 1925

 

Edward Steichen - Unknow model for American Vogue, 1923

Edward Steichen – Unknow model for American Vogue, 1923

 

Edward Steichen- Dorothy Smart ,for Vogue America, 1926

Edward Steichen- Dorothy Smart ,for Vogue America, 1926

Edward Steichen – for Vogue 15 October 1939.

Edward Steichen, Actress Joan Crawford in a dress by Schiaparelli, 1932

Edward Steichen, Model Wearing Velvet Cloche by Reboux, 1925.

Edward Steichen, Vogue, 1928

Edward Steichen- Woodbury Soap Advertisement , 1936

vogue-1933-photograph-by-edward-steichen

Actress Pola Negri by Edward Steichen-, Vanity Fair june-01-1925