Eugène Thiébault’s Henri Robin and a Specter, in which a man about to shoot himself is confronted by his own ghost. Thiébault achieved the effect of the ghost through the use of double exposure.
Eugène Thiébault (French, born 1825)
Henri Robin and a Specter, 1863
Albumen silver print
22.9 x 17.4 cm
Collection of Gérard Lévy, Paris
Dennis Hopper was known to most for his contributions to film — as an actor or director in films like Rebel Without A Cause, Easy Rider, Apocalypse Now and Hoosiers. But he was also a successful painter, a sculptor and, through it all, a photographer.
“Paul Newman” photographed by Dennis Hopper in 1967. Courtesy of Taschen/Tony Shafrazi Gallery
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© One of Isabelle Huppert’s most controversial roles. “My Little Princess” (2011)
Inspired by the life of Irina Ionesco and her relationship with her daughter, the director of the film, Eva Ionesco.
Irina took erotic photos of her daughter (then still a minor) that were published back 1970’s Paris.
Find below a still shot from the film as well as one of Ionesco’s work.
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