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The remarkable, rare collection of negatives discovered after the death of photographer Frank Worth is the accumulation of over 60 years’ work and reveals a previously unseen catalog of Worth’s Hollywood friends. This lithograph of Kirk Douglas—originally shot on the set of the Jack Benny Show in 1958—is just one of the gems in this collection. It’s difficult to overstate the importance of Worth’s legacy. A statement by Christie’s of London in 2002 called these negatives, “The most extraordinary collection and find of its kind in the last 50 years.”
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Unframed. Paper size is W 11" H 17". Print includes white border.
H 17” W 11”
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