Glamourous portraits of the beautiful Audrey Hepburn

April 1, 2019


On view in an exhibition in Santa Monica, this series is an enthralling selection of notable photographs celebrating the life and contribution of actress Audrey Hepburn.

Audrey Hepburn 1954 © Cecil Beaton Archive. Sothebys, Courtesy of Peter Fetterman Gallery
Avery Audrey Hepburn on her bike with her dog Famous at Paramount Studios, Los Angeles, CA 1957 © Sid Avery Estate. MPTV Images, Courtesy of Peter Fetterman Gallery

Comprised of original published and never-before-seen prints from Peter Fetterman Gallery’s collection, the show entitled “Always Audrey” features portrait of the American idol by Sid Avery, Cecil Beaton, Allan Grant, Bert Hardy, David “Chim” Seymour, Norman Parkinson, and Dennis Stock among many others.

Audrey Hepburn in Paris, July 7, 1956 © Estate of Bert Hardy, Courtesy of Peter Fetterman Gallery

The collection likewise illustrates the life of actress and philanthropist Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993). Hepburn was a true one-of-a-kind personality whose timeless prestige continues to receive international recognition.

Audrey Hepburn during the filming of "Funny Face” 1956 © Magnum Photos, Courtesy of Peter Fetterman Gallery

From behind-the-scene shots on films such as “Sabrina” (1954), and “My Fair Lady” (1964) to famous portraits of her doe-eyed beauty as a prominent style symbol, this showcase commemorates one of Hollywood’s most successful actresses and one of the world’s greatest fashion icons.

Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly Backstage at Academy Awards 1956 © Estate of Allan Grant. Time Life Photos Inc, Courtesy of Peter Fetterman Gallery

Always Audrey

March 2 to June 8, 2019
Peter Fetterman Gallery
Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Avenue Gallery A1
Santa Monica, CA 90404


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