The Four Seasons of Norma Talmadge
This is part of a series of multi-layered and detailed digital works entitled Beautiful Ghosts.
On a cold Christmas morning in Brooklyn, Norma Talmadge’s father walked out of the family home to buy food and never came back, leaving her mother to bring up Norma and her two sisters alone. Although her childhood was marked by poverty she went on to become one of the great stars of the silent movie era and retired, one of the wealthiest women in Hollywood. She died at her home in Las Vegas on Christmas Eve, 1957.
Printed on enhanced matte archival paper. Signed and numbered by the artist John VII. Please note that your print will be shipped unmounted rolled in a secure tube.
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A larger limited edition digital print of this image is available measuring 71cm x 71cm and printed on 310gsm Hahnemühle 100% cotton archival fine art paper. Please contact us on 0191 2617000 for more details.
Edition of 30.
Image 25cm x 25cm
John VII is the pseudonym of David Lloyd. Originally from the North East of England, David is an alumni of Central Saint Martins and the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. He has exhibited at the Royal Academy and spent most of his life working as an artist, musician and composer on both sides of the Atlantic.