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Richard Burton and Bucephalus

Ken Russell

Richard Burton and Bucephalus

Size: 16x20" | Edition: 25

Print Type: Signed Silver Gelatin

SKU/Cat Number: KR019

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Richard Burton and Bucephalus - Richard Burton exchanging a few soothing words with his horse during the filming of Alexander the Great. Spain, 1955

Ken Russell was predominately known as a filmmaker; nicknamed “the wild man of British cinema” for his trademark flamboyant style and sometimes controversial visionary eye. In 1951, prior to his success in the industry, Russell forged a career as a photographer, photographing humorous scenes which were in stark contrast to the austere feel of post-war recovery and have come to be some of Britain's most significant records of street life during the aftermath of the Second World War.

A selection of the late Ken Russell’s works will be exhibited at Proud Chelsea in ‘Reality is a Dirty Word: Photography by Ken Russell’ from 1st December 2016 - 3rd January 2017.

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