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'In a photographic career that spanned only seventeen years, Jack Robinson created an extraordinary body of work that captured both the faces and the fashions of the 1960s - a defining period of twentieth-century popular arts. He regularly contributed to "Vogue's Own Boutique" under the tutelage of Diana Vreeland, but in 1972 he suddenly abandoned his New York studio and spent the rest of his life in determined anonymity employed as a stained-glass designer in Memphis. When he died in 1977 at age 69, few people would have guessed that this reclusive artist had been at the center of the glitterati in the Swinging Sixties and was acknowledged by his peers as one of the preeminent photographers in the business.' Cybill Shepherd

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  • Palazzo Editions
  • 27cm x 29cm