Audrey Hepburn

1 portrait of Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn, by Norman Parkinson, 23 June 1955 - NPG x30114 - © Norman Parkinson Archive

© Norman Parkinson Archive

Audrey Hepburn

by Norman Parkinson
bromide fibre print, 23 June 1955
11 1/2 in. x 11 3/8 in. (293 mm x 290 mm)
Given by Norman Parkinson, 1981 in conjunction with the NPG exhibition 'Norman Parkinson: 50 Years of Portraits and Fashion'
Photographs Collection
NPG x30114


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  • Norman Parkinson (1913-1990), Photographer. Artist of 241 portraits, Sitter in 13 portraits.

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Parkinson first photographed Hepburn in Gigi in New York and here photographed her on location in Italy during the filming of King Vidor's War and Peace (1956), an adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's novel directed by King Vidor in which Hepburn played Natasha and her husband Mel Ferrer (who she married the previous year) played Prince Andrei.

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