Douglas Kirkland

Audrey, 1965

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Archival pigment print on Moab Entrada Rag natural on archival museum mat
20.0 x 16.0 in (50.8 x 40.6 cm)


This work ships from New York, NY, US.


A charming photograph of Audrey Hepburn in Paris, 1965.

About Douglas Kirkland

Douglas Kirkland (Canadian, b. 1934) is a famed fine art photographer and photojournalist who has covered a wide range of subjects from celebrities and fashion, to global conflicts. Living and working in the Hollywood Hills of California, Kirkland’s assignments have taken him to every continent (with the exception of Antarctica), where he has worked on subjects as varied as astronomy in Chile to The Trans Siberian Railroad to fashion in Bali. He is a member of the prestigious Hewlett Packard’s Photo Influencers and Canon’s Explorers of Light and as well as an associate member of the American Society of Cinematographers. Some of the awards he has received include a “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the American S.O.C., Photographer of the Year from the PMA, a Lucie Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Entertainment Photography from the IPA in 2003, The Golden Eye of Russia in April 2006, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from CAPIC in his native Toronto, Canada in May 2006. In October 2007, Douglas received an Honorary Master of Fine Arts Degree from Brooks Institute of Photography for his deep commitment and dedication to his profession.