HIP Gallery for Artist Marilyn Stafford #MS006A Paris, Haute Couture, 1950, Givenchy Wedding Dress Paris Law Court (1st Edition) <p>This print was featured as part of 2018\'s HIP Festival exhibition, \"A Fashion Retrospective\". This print is part of the 1st edition of a 10 edition run.</p><p>Each image was printed by Hull company G.F. Smith.</p><p>Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist, Marilyn Stafford and Creative &amp; Cultural CEO and Curator, Alan Raw.</p><p>The £14.65 handling fee is to cover the cost of packaging and posting the item with Parcelforce, using the Parcel Express48 Service. Each print will be posted wrapped in acid-free paper in an A1 cardboard tube. The Parcelforce service includes £200 to cover your print.</p><h4>About the Artist</h4><p>Marilyn was born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, in 1925. Following studies at the University of Wisconsin, Marilyn’s photographic career was launched in New York in 1948 when she was asked to photograph Albert Einstein by friends making a film about him. In the car on the way to Einstein’s home in New Jersey, she was given a camera and a quick lesson in how to use it.<br />Her internationally published work spans from 1948-1980 and covers a broad scope of subjects and periods of modern history. She has photographed prominent historical figures, international fashion, refugees and tribal peoples. Stafford worked with several famous brands for her fashion portraits, including Biba and Chanel. She helped to illustrate the fashion of London and Paris in the 1950s and 1970s.<br />Marilyn now lives on the south coast of England.</p><p>For more information about Marilyn and her work, visit her website at <a href=\"https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.marilynstaffordphotography.com%2F&amp;h=AT3u9dKECtVoSfY4KPTecV0zeH-F9KIqZgiiGVWBlEOJauywWwE8Ov9eLQkuY1_7oG0IADZI3ms5GCJf52jp_w0tamaJsxSscyHmRnO_jMly_XNygm1zFqrFc38ErHqyiQ\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"nofollow noopener\" data-lynx-mode=\"hover\">www.marilynstaffordphotography.com/</a></p> 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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#MS006A Paris, Haute Couture, 1950, Givenchy Wedding Dress Paris Law Court (1st Edition)

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This print was featured as part of 2018's HIP Festival exhibition, "A Fashion Retrospective". This print is part of the 1st edition of a 10 edition run.

Each image was printed by Hull company G.F. Smith.

Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist, Marilyn Stafford and Creative & Cultural CEO and Curator, Alan Raw.

The £14.65 handling fee is to cover the cost of packaging and posting the item with Parcelforce, using the Parcel Express48 Service. Each print will be posted wrapped in acid-free paper in an A1 cardboard tube. The Parcelforce service includes £200 to cover your print.

About the Artist

Marilyn was born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, in 1925. Following studies at the University of Wisconsin, Marilyn’s photographic career was launched in New York in 1948 when she was asked to photograph Albert Einstein by friends making a film about him. In the car on the way to Einstein’s home in New Jersey, she was given a camera and a quick lesson in how to use it.
Her internationally published work spans from 1948-1980 and covers a broad scope of subjects and periods of modern history. She has photographed prominent historical figures, international fashion, refugees and tribal peoples. Stafford worked with several famous brands for her fashion portraits, including Biba and Chanel. She helped to illustrate the fashion of London and Paris in the 1950s and 1970s.
Marilyn now lives on the south coast of England.

For more information about Marilyn and her work, visit her website at www.marilynstaffordphotography.com/

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