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Helena Bonham Carter sits clad in a regal wrap gown from Vivienne Westwood, plenty of pearls and a huge crown fixed in her eccentric cobwebbed hair in a traditionally royal, yet completely modern shot by professional dreamer Tim Walker for his book ‘Story Teller’. Here we see the process of the preparation for this photograph - from simple doodles and notes on a piece of paper to the finished portrait.
Audrey Hepburn photographed by Mark Shaw, 1953
Cinema is important - basically every art form comes to cinema. It involves music. Painting. Everything. It’s the closest we can come to life. A painting can only give you so much, I think. And music is very beautiful, but when they all come together… you’re really embracing everything. I don’t think some people realize, actually, how important it is. - Saoirse Ronan
Viviane Orth at John Galliano Fall/Winter 2009 photographed by Flip-Zone
“People call me the painter of dancing girls. It has never occurred to them that my chief interest in dancers lies in rendering movement and painting pretty clothes.”