Title: Raquel Welch
Medium: Silver gelatin print
Size: 16” x 20”
Signature: Signed with date inscription
Additional information: Accompanied with Certificate of Authenticity
Helmut Newton took the picture of Raquel Welch in the year 1980. It was among the many erotic pictures that the photographer took incorporating models through a black and white contrast. In meaning, the “Helmut Newton images of Raquel Welch” picture had a similar sense to any other photographer in Helmut’s literature whose aim was to create a female protagonist and significantly one in control. The picture indicates Welch holding a dog by its leash as she towers above it on a staircase. In the analysis, this is a symbol of power and control and significantly in an era that women were perceived as sexual objects by the patriarchal society.