The palazzo s “all but empty rooms, bare-windowed and pecked down”, wrote Valentin Lawford, created a “whole as beautiful in its nakedness as a tree in winter or a shell on a beach. The white of the walls, the general bareness of the rooms, highlighted each object and artifact. Horst always sought by means of the contrast of colors to emphasize each element and that these they supported each other and not competing among them. Natural lighting helps to make the colors of each element real when the photo is printed. 


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“Printed later by the Horst Estate/ Courtesy: The Horst Estate and Condé Nast. All photographs  are accompanied by a Horst  P.Horst Estate certificate of originality and a label with a numbered hologram sticker.”

Helen Bennett, Muriel Maxwell, and Bettina Bolegard