Patrick Bertrand (1939)/Atlantic Press - Catherine Deneuve 'Fatal beauty' 1960's

Patrick Bertrand (1939)/Atlantic Press - Catherine Deneuve 'Fatal beauty' 1960's
Gelatin-silver print - Artist's stamp, Press Agency/Newspaper Stamp

Vintage photo, on glossy paper, in good condition despite some signs of wear, see photos for detail, stamp on the back.


14.5 x 24 cm:

Hair picked up, ponytail, earrings, fashionable dress... Catherine Deneuve appears here as a young girl from a good family. A beautiful portrait by French photographer Patrick Bertrand.
This silver print, made from the original negative, is a vintage print.
Patrick Bertrand was one of the witnesses of the so-called Yéyés era in the 1960s. It immortalizes the beginnings of personalities from the music and cinema world. This is how he met Catherine Deneuve and made this beautiful portrait.

Catherine Dorléac, alias Catherine Deneuve, is a French actress, born on 22nd October 1943 in Paris.
Considered one of the greatest French actresses of her generation and the second part of the 20th century, she is the muse of directors such as Jacques Demy, François Truffaut or André Téchiné. In her filmography, she counts several other great names in the history of cinema, such as Luis Bunuel, Roman Polanski, Mauro Bolognini, Robert Aldrich, Marco Ferreri, Dino Risi, Tony Scott, Manoel de Oliveira, Raoul Ruiz, Hirokazu Kore-eda and Lars von Trier.

Carefully packaged and shipped with tracking.

Lot details
Patrick Bertrand (1939)/Atlantic Press
Title of artwork
Catherine Deneuve 'Fatal beauty' 1960's
Gelatin-silver print
Artist's stamp, Press Agency/Newspaper Stamp
Vintage print
Image size
14.5×24 cm
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