Lucien Clergue - Photograph by Lifar

20th century
Other style
From: 75008, Paris, France

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    Lucien CLERGUE (1934-2014)
    Serge Lifar & Jeanine Charrat in Arles
    Signed photograph, 1954
    H: 27 cm; L: 33 cm; P: 3 cm (with the frame)
    H: 22 cm; L: 14 cm (without the frame)

    Serge Lifar Photography by Lucien Clergue original print, 1954.
    Photography by Lucien Clergue representing Serge Lifar (Diaghilev successor as a director of the famous Russian Ballet and director of the Paris Opera House)) accompanied by Janine Charrat (legendary ballet dancer and ballet director) taken in Arles (France) in 1954.
    The photography is signed on the bottom right. Manuscript dedication on the back "Souvenir of an Arlesian admirer, Andre Bernard, Arles July 54 the 1st".
    Original print.
    Dimension without frame: 22cm x 14cm.
    Dimensions: (with frame)
    H: 10.63 in. ; W: 12.99 in. ; D: 1.18 in.
    H: 27 cm; W: 33 cm; D: 3 cm

    Ref: 0WGGYLJ0QV

    Style Other style (Photography of Other style Style)
    Century 20th century (Photography 20th century)
    Artist Lucien Clergue
    Width (cm) 22
    Height (cm) 15
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 75008, Paris, France

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