Rare photos of Audrey Hepburn are on sale!
14 rare photographs of Audrey Hepburn, one of the legendary names of the cinema, will be put up for sale at an auction.
Legendary movie actors Audrey Hepburn’s rarest photos are on sale. Audrey Hepburn, one of the most beautiful women of a time, drew attention with her beauty.
14 photographs of Audrey Hepburn, who passed away in 1993, in the movies “War and Peace” and “The Story of a Nun” will be sold at an auction to be held on 24 September.
Hepburn kept these pictures herself until her death. Audrey Hepburn appears in a set of photos as the character of Countess Natasha Rostova in the film based on Tolstoy’s novel War and Peace. In another frame, the famous actress posed with her make-up and costume made before the shooting of the movie called A Nun’s Story.
Audrey Hepburn icon separate
In this book, to be published by Casa editions on October 23, the author looks back at the fruitful and flawless career of someone who only plays together and for the best. An unusual career, an unhappy childhood in boarding school, the horrors of World War II, the search for her father… Nothing was destined to become Hollywood’s biggest star in this well-made branch.
The eyes of the whole world only have sulfur blondes with pure bodies, while Audrey Hepburn makes expressions and surprises with the port and slender silhouette of the dancer’s head. Yet it was his smile, singing bird’s eye view, and large deer eyes that made him an unforgettable actress of 1950-1960 cinema. Like famous directors George Cukor, William Wyler and Stanley Donen select him to shine in front of the camera and portray characters who will forever mark film history. It will answer only the big names: sometimes the princess, sometimes the luxury call girl in Cary Grant’s arms, and even Humphrey Bogart. Only 24 years old, who thought he could not survive the war was awarded an Oscar for best actress for Vacances Romaines.
Since then, he will never cease to surprise, reinvent himself and instill a special touch into each of his projects. Thanks to a rich iconography, Guillaume Evin takes us behind the scenes of the life of a courageous artist who ended his career at the age of 38. In the spotlight for years, Audrey Hepburn retired from social life to take care of her family and devote herself to Unicef.
Over 200 pages in this book bring us a little closer to the actor and lift the veil on the star Audrey Hepburn phenomenon unlike any other star.