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Helmut Newton

Available Art by Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Andy Warhol Resting

Andy Warhol Resting – Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Bowie Classic Portrait

Bowie Classic Portrait – Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Elsa Peretti "Bunny Shot"

Elsa Peretti “Bunny Shot” – Helmut Newton

About Helmut Newton

Helmet NewtonHelmut Newton was a German-born fashion photographer who revolutionized his field by introducing the element of danger and the transgressive with his sexy, fetishistic photographs. Each shot implied a story behind it, usually ambiguous, sometimes violent, and always sexually charged, while his models—chiefly tall, cool, blonde women—were often clad in little or nothing but stiletto heels.

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Helmut Newton - Andy Warhol Resting

Andy Warhol Resting – Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Bowie Classic Portrait

Bowie Classic Portrait – Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Elsa Peretti "Bunny Shot"

Elsa Peretti “Bunny Shot” – Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Bowie Open Shirt

David Bowie Open Shirt – Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Legs in Stockings at Attention

Legs in Stockings at Attention – Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Raquel Welch

Raquel Welch – Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Viviane F.

Viviane F. – Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton - Woman In Fur

Woman In Fur – Helmut Newton

Girl with Balloon - Banksy

Girl with Balloon – Banksy

Di Faced Tenner (AP) - Banksy

Di Faced Tenner (AP) – Banksy

Happy Choppers - Banksy

Happy Choppers – Banksy

Jack and Jill - Banksy

Jack and Jill – Banksy

Charlotte Rampling at the Hotel Du Nord - Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton was a German-born fashion photographer who revolutionized his field by introducing the element of danger and the transgressive with his sexy, fetishistic photographs. Each shot implied a story behind it, usually ambiguous, sometimes violent, and always sexually charged, while his models—chiefly tall, cool, blonde women—were often clad in little or nothing but stiletto heels.

Newton, who was born into a wealthy Jewish family in the often decadent Weimar Republic, fled Nazi Germany with his parents in 1938. The 18-year-old chose to seek his fortune in Singapore, but he was interned as an enemy alien and sent to Australia. He served in the Australian army from 1940 to 1945 and settled in Sydney after the war. In 1948 he married Australian model and actress June Brunell, who became his collaborator and colleague.

In 1956 the Helmut Newton moved to London, and a year later they moved to Paris, where he found work with high-fashion magazines such as Vogue, Elle, and Marie-Claire. By the 1970s he had gained an international reputation. Although some critics denounced Newton’s work as near pornography, his popularity did not diminish as he aged, and his provocative photographs were in demand up until the time of his death in a car accident in 2004.

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