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© Sid Avery, 2017
On assignment for the Saturday Evening Post in 1953, Sid Avery photographed Marlon Brando at what Avery recalled was, "[Brando's] little shack up in Beverly Glen." Brando's quintessential 1950s decor, replete with bongos and African art, was the perfect setting for one of Avery's best home layouts. "He was a very rewarding photographic subject," Avery recalled, "extremely relaxed, innovative," and "thoroughly enjoyable." The title of the article that ran in the June 6th, 1953 issue of the Post was, "The Star Who Sneers at Hollywood."
Photography by Sid Avery
Special edition of 10. Series produced by Arthouse 18. Size 13 1/4 x 33 3/4".
Marlon Brando, Triptych, as part of Trendsetters in Triptych courtesy Arthouse 18 by Sid Avery
Color: Black and White
Type: Archival Digital Print
Edition: Edition of 10
Morrison Hotel Gallery Prints
Prints are generally made to order by the photographer and delivery usually takes 4 to 6 weeks.
All frames are of high quality wood. VIEW SAMPLE
All photographs are taken from the original negative or color slide and are hand-signed and titled by the living photographer. Limited edition photographs are hand-signed and numbered by the photographer or stamped by the photographer's estate.
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If picked up in or shipped to New York, sales tax will be charged at 8.875%. If picked up in Los Angeles, CA, sales tax will be charged at 9.50%. If picked up in or shipped to California, sales tax will be charged at 9.50%. There is no sales tax otherwise.