Unlike many photographers, Guy Bourdin preferred to work with little-known models. This can be explained by the fact that the most important thing for him was to embody the image he created, and therefore he chose girls, guided not by their popularity and beauty, but by external compliance with his ideas. So in 1977, he began working with 17-year-old Nicole Meyer, who became his Muse and favorite model for several years. She had a pale oval face and red hair. The image of a red-haired girl is often found in his works. This type of woman is similar to the mother who left him as a child in the care of his father and his parents.
Print size: 60 х 93 см
Size including frame: 80 х 113 см
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