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In addition to working within the world of fashion, Richard Avedon lent his photographic talents to civil rights and rock posters. In 1967, Avedon shot four psychedelic portraits of the Beatles. The solarized colors and distorted exposure echoed the band’s recent hallucinogenic “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” and “Magical Mystery Tour” albums. Each print is copyright stamped with "Limited First Printing."
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Richard Avedon (American, 1923-2004) helped define American style and beauty through his prolific career as a fashion and portrait photographer. As the artistic director for Harper’s Bazaar, and frequent contributor to Vogue, Look, and Life magazines, Avedon introduced highly sensual black and white images to the visual vernacular of fashion culture. He became renowned for his iconic portraits of major 20th-century figures, chronicling an era of artists, writers, and musicians in extreme detail.