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Slim Aarons

Pool At Las Brisas

Slim Aarons
Pool At Las Brisas (1972)
Guests in the pool at the Las Brisas Hotel, Acapulco, Mexico, February 1972.
(Photo by Slim Aarons/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Open Edition
C-Type Photographic Print

All photographs are printed, issued and authorised by the Slim Aarons Archive. Electric works in close partnership with the Getty Images Gallery and Slim Aarons Estate to offer officially certified prints from this iconic photographer of the 20th Century.

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*Please note there is a 14 day lead time on all Slim Aarons photographs.

About the Artist – Slim Aarons

Slim was born George Aarons in 1916. He earned his nickname first in the US Army where his tall, slender good looks marked him out from the other squaddies. The army was where he honed his photographic skills as combat snapper. He later said that war taught him the only beach worth landing on was "decorated with beautiful, seminude girls tanning in a tranquil sun."

After World War II Slim travelled across America, picking up assignments from big magazines of the era such as Life, to photograph celebrities and high-flyers. He famously never used a stylist or a make-up artist on any of his shoots. Instead, he said just photographed "attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places."

In 1974 a book was published which captured Slim's work at its colourful best. It was called A Wonderful Time and it was a thick hardback which - at the time - sold only modestly. It wasn't until a decade or two later that his work really began to accelerate in value by which time the original books were changing hands for many hundreds of dollars. Now, you can expect to pay in excess of $2,000 for a mint condition copy.

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