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Discussion in 'Behind the Lens' started by Estella*, Sep 26, 2005.
Exactly! No one does light quite like Horst ...
schiaparelli by horst (source catalogue d'exposition schiaparelli) scan by me
horst 1935 daisy reginald fellowes fb
horst 1935 schiaparelli déguisée en page vénitien fb
horst 1937 ensemble schiaparelli à papillons fb
horst 1939 la princesse poniatowski en schiaparelli fb
horst 1947 tailleur de dîner schiaparelli fb
horst et dali 1939 étude sur le rêve de vénus fb
Wow, I love his art. It's so haunting and beautiful.
I ADORE him !!!
his work is magnificent, preferably his color photographs
I'm still amazed every time I see his work, the way he used light! ...
I adore his work! I hope this isn't a repost cos all the pictures posted aren't showing anymore :/
Veruschka in 1966
It's not a repost that's showing, Selket. I have removed all the posts with dead links, etc. to clean up the thread, so feel free to add more images here.
There is one image I have seen in a photography book in my school and I really want to find it! It's like my favourite photograph ever !
edit: i cant seem to get the source to not come up as a link?
^ that is stunning.
His photos are simply divine.
I wish this thread was longer...
As a new photographer, Horst is one of the top 5 photographers I look up to most. His work was in a field of it's own...
4 covers for Vogue Paris
1 - 1936 August
2 - 1936 December
3 - 1937 December
4 - 1939 May
my scans from "Vogue Paris Covers 1920-2009"
^ Thank you so much for these.
UK Vogue June 1991
"Great Dresses, Great Images"
Photographer: Horst P. Horst
Scanned by MissIvana