Paul Newman, Rock Hudson, Marlon Brando, Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, Sean Connery are among the movie stars captured by Fuchs’s lens and proposed by V&M (vintage and Modern). Leo Fuchs, who started his photographic career at the age of 14 shooting burlesque queens, travelled the world capturing a veritable “Who’s Who of Hollywood”, both on movie sets and behind the scenes. For the first time ever, V&M (Vintage and Modern), has received permission from the Leo Fuchs’ estate to offer the recently discovered collection of black-and-white portraits of many of the photographer’s famous subjects.
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