Sid Avery (1918-2002) was the man who shot almost every cinema giant of the mid-20th century and pulled off a feat surpassing even that: he captured them unguarded, stripping away the studio and P.R. artifice to find the people hiding underneath -- Vanity FairBeginning October 2018 we begin the 100th year celebration of the photography of the great Sid Avery. Stay tuned and check out some of Sid Avery's beautiful photos of Golden Age Hollywood actors for sale below.
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