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Helmut Newton, Vogue, 1960s.

Helmut Newton, Vogue, 1960s.

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Francis Bacon in his Kensington studio, standing in front of the left part of his unfinished triptych “Three Studies of the Male Back”.
London, May 1970.
Photographer: Michael Pergolani.

Francis Bacon in his Kensington studio, standing in front of the left part of his unfinished triptych “Three Studies of the Male Back”.

London, May 1970.

Photographer: Michael Pergolani.

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Helmut Newton, Vogue, 1960s.

Helmut Newton, Vogue, 1960s.

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Francis Bacon in his Kensington studio, standing in front of the left part of his unfinished triptych “Three Studies of the Male Back”.
London, May 1970.
Photographer: Michael Pergolani.

Francis Bacon in his Kensington studio, standing in front of the left part of his unfinished triptych “Three Studies of the Male Back”.

London, May 1970.

Photographer: Michael Pergolani.

(Source: shihlun)

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