Rare Nude Photographs Of Angelina Jolie On Sale At London Art Gallery

By Sohini Biswas | 2 years ago

A series of rare alluring black and white photos of Angelina Jolie have been put up for sale at a London art gallery.

Though almost every photos of Angelina Jolie is charismatic but this pair of rare black and white snap captured by photographer Kate Garner in 1995, when the actress was just 20, draws special attentions to her independent spirit. These snaps are very ’90s and just as always bold lipstick and smoky eyes have worked very well on the Jolie.

MailOnline cites that these rare black and white nude photographs of Angelina Jolie, showing the actress sitting with her ankles tied by a silky ribbon, has been put on sale for £1800 at London’s Zebra One Gallery.

The photos were initially captured for US Elle magazine when Jolie was budding as star and obliviously before she became Mrs. Brad Pitt. Although Jolie is completely bare in these sensual images, she has her legs in front of her chest, which adds an enigma to the upshot.

Kate Garner, while speaking about Angelina Jolie’s independent spirit explained to Marie Claire, “She wasn’t afraid to experiment and be creative, which made for some absolutely beautiful photos.” Garner revealed as to how Jolie tried out non-identical postures to make the most unique photos of her to be ever taken.

The photographer further explained that though the shoot was very hidebound, Jolie was silent and extremely vigorous, at the same time she was also tender and incredibly creative.

During this shoot Angelina Jolie had just appeared as a lead in movies “Hackers” and “Without Evidence” while she was dating actor Jonny Lee Miller. And now after twenty year, Jolie is preparing for the release of “By The Sea,” in which she co-stars alongside husband Brad Pitt.


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Photo Source: Zebra One Gallery Artist: Kate Garner

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Sohini is a writer by profession and painter by birth. She is also a bookworm and is involved in various gender empowerment activities. When she’s not playing with words, she is most likely busy painting or sculpting her imagery.