SnowdonLaurence Olivier as Archie Rice in ‘The Entertainer’, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1957

£5,500

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Silver gelatin print, printed c.1960s

15 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches

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Antony Armstrong-Jones, 'Laurence Olivier as Archie Rice in The Entertainer’ Royal Court Theatre, London, 1957'

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Signed

Silver gelatin print, printed c.1960s

15 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches

Print

This artwork is a silver gelatin print, printed c.1960s. Signed by the artist.

Framing

For this picture, we recommend book-mounting the print in a wide passepartout and framing in a black wooden box. It is widely accepted as the most traditional way to frame photography—especially rare or vintage works—giving visual priority to the image and yet fitting stylishly into most interiors. Other options are of course available. All our frames are handmade by one of the UK's leading framing workshops, and are constructed to museum standards. Please note that prices do not include local taxes, framing or shipping.

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Artwork In Detail

This artwork is a silver gelatin print, printed c.1960s. Signed by the artist.

Antony Armstrong-Jones, 'Laurence Olivier as Archie Rice in The Entertainer’ Royal Court Theatre, London, 1957'
Antony Armstrong-Jones, 'Laurence Olivier as Archie Rice in The Entertainer’ Royal Court Theatre, London, 1957'

Snowdon

Laurence Olivier as Archie Rice in ‘The Entertainer’, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1957

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Snowdon

UK

B. 1930 - 2017

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The Artist

Snowdon (Antony Armstrong-Jones) was influential in bringing an informal approach to royal portraiture and is celebrated for his pioneering photo essays during nearly thirty years at The Sunday Times Magazine, documenting the arts and social issues. His most famous work as a photographer was his series of portraits of the royal family, including his iconic photograph of Princess Margaret, which is now part of the National Portrait Gallery’s permanent collection. He also photographed a number of other famous figures, including David Bowie, Elizabeth Taylor, and Laurence Olivier.

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