Fashion model Natalie Nickerson Paine

1,700.00 ₪

Nickerson Paine wearing a bikini, lying on platform near water.

Location: Montego Bay, Jamaica
Year: 1946
SIze: 80x80 cm

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Product info

Prints - The paper we use is Fine Art Premium photo paper. This paper has a standard mark of 70 years. The color of the print, quality and the pigment will be preserved in their original form even after decades. Note that the paper is not scratch resistant and one should try to minimize contact with it as much as possible. If you must, please do so in a clean environment and keep the photo paper away from sharp objects. Each print undergoes strict quality control before it is packaged.

Frames - The metals and wood that make up our frames are of the highest quality available. It should be taken into account that in the case of a wooden frame there may be small differences in shades since these are natural materials.
The wooden frames are made of natural wood veneer.

Similar to prints, each frame undergoes quality control before it is packaged.

We will not be able to take responsibility for defects and scratches created after receiving the items.


Prints and frames are made to order. Production times are about 14 business days. Please note that these times are added to the delivery times, depending on the type of delivery selected. 

The prices listed do not include shipping fees.
The shipping cost is calculated according to the method of delivery, the weight of the item (including packaging) and the destination, according to the Israel Post price list.

Estimated delivery times:
Delivery in Israel: by registered mail (7-21 business days) / by courier (3-7 business days)
Delivery abroad: eco post (21-30 business days) / Express (5-10 business days)
If you Need urgent care or delivery for a specific date, please state this explicitly in the order notes.

There is no return / exchange option for this item.

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Antoinette Frissell Bacon, known as Toni Frissell, was born in New York City in 1907. She trained as an actress and worked in advertising before beginning her career in photography in the early 1930s. Mostly self-taught, Frissell found work at Vogue first as a caption writer, then as a fashion photographer. From 1941 through 1950, she worked for Harper’s Bazaar, but her work for the American Red Cross and later the Women’s Army Corps during World War II encouraged her toward photojournalism. It was her varied experiences and her unconventional background in photography that led her to bring models out...of the studio and into the outdoors.