Slim Aarons 'Poolside Gossip' framed print
Availability: on request
'Poolside Gossip' was taken by famous photographer, Slim Aarons, at a poolside party in Palm Springs in 1970. The house was designed by Richard Neutra for Edgar Kaufman. Featured in the group are: Lita Baron (right), Helen Dzo Dzo (centre), Nelda Linsk (in yellow) wife of art dealer Joseph Linsk.
Aarons is renowned for his evocative photographs of, as he described it, "attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places."
The photographs are printed and authorised by the Getty Images Gallery, London. Each print is numbered and estate stamped, and comes with an authenticity certificate.
The Slim Aarons' photographic prints are produced from the original negative and developed in the Getty Images Gallery in London. They are printed on a traditional photographic paper (Fuji Crystal Archive Matt Finish) with colour C-Type Lambda. This process offers a continuous tone delivering beautifully vibrant and clear colours.
FRAMED prints are available in the following sizes:
Size C 680 x 780 mm (print size 406 x 508 mm)
Size D 770 x 890 mm (print size 508 x 610 mm)
Size E 770 x 1010 mm (print size 508 x 762 mm)
Size F 930 x 1250 mm (print size 762 x 1016 mm)
Size G 1250 x 1740 mm (print size 1016 x 1525 mm)
The prints are framed using a white mat and a white wooden frame. The option of a black or natural frame is also available on request.
Slim Aarons stock may vary, many will have to be custom printed, so please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.
This print has been hand-selected from Slim Aarons' classic collection. Hundreds more prints are available for purchase, if there is a specific image you are interested in please contact us for availability.
ABOUT SLIM AARONS
George “Slim” Aarons worked mainly for society publications, travelling the world taking pictures of the rich and famous, both before and after serving as a photographer for the US military magazine, during World War II. From Hollywood and Palm Springs to dazzling beaches and everywhere in between, his photographs are a window to a bygone world of luxury, power and beauty – and a ticket to the rolling party to which Slim was uniquely invited. Slim’s photographs preserve a lifestyle now all but lost – one of style and grace populated by beautiful people.