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Henry Clarke Art Prints

Henry Clarke was born in California in 1919. In his late twenties he took temporary work in the renowned studios of Conde Nast, New York. Inspired by the fashion greats Horst, Penn and Beaton, Clarke began to take his own photographs and went on to work extensively for British, American and French Vogue throughout his career. In the 1960s, with the patronage of American Vogue’s Diana Vreeland, Clarke pushed the limits of exotic colour location work, juxtaposing the flamboyant new styles against famous architectural and archeological sites around the world. Clarke’s most notable photographs, however, are images of French fashion taken during the 1950’s. His love of all things French manifested itself in the lively, elegant images he produced; a delicate balance of the formal and casual.
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Savoir-Faire, December 1957
Fine-Art Print
20" x 28"
$48.99
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