31 May 2007
Upstairs at Maxim's, Paris, 1978
gelatin silver print, printed 1984
signed by photographer, numbered in another hand in pencil in 'Private Property' portfolio copyright credit stamp 'Print 3, Suite II, Ed. No. 20' on verso
14 1/8 x 9½in. (35.7 x 24.1cm.)
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Paris Vogue, March 1978, p.224; Newton, Sleepless Nights, Quartet, 1978, p.81; Newton, Private Property, Schirmer/Mosel, 1989, pl.18; Newton, Pages from the Glossies: Facsimiles 1956-1998, Scalo, 1998, p.380.
One of an edition of 75, of which no more than 25 were released.
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