Frank Sinatra came to Hollywood a few years after photographer Frank Worth, and the two Franks hit it off instantly. Sinatra even introduced the photographer to Rat Pack regulars Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis—it was a very good year. Worth captured this iconic black-and-white image of Sinatra in 1965, as Ol’ Blue Eyes dipped his hands in cement on Hollywood Boulevard.
Unframed. Paper size is W 11" H 17". Print includes white border.