Lawrence Schiller, was shooting Nixon crying after losing to Kennedy, Kennedy asleep on the floor of a plane, Kennedy’s assignation, Martin Luther King during the Watts riots in 1965, Lee Harvey Oswald moments before death, likewise later on with Gary Gilmore. Later still, he was the first man to photograph a Playboy bunny with hair — pubic — on show, the dancer Paula Kelly re-enacting Matisse’s dance. He was the stills director on Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and, Lady Sings the Blues, making those images. He made a documentary on Dennis Hopper in 1971, when he went nowhere without a gun and thought he was Orson Welles. He lived on campus with Timothy Leary and wrote a book about LSD. He was at the trials of both Patty Hearst and OJ Simpson, has written four books with Norman Mailer and has directed and produced films — lots of films, even one about the unsolved murdered child Jon Benet Ramsey.
Lawrence Schiller – Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Artist: Lawrence Schiller
Size: 16" x 20"
Medium: Silver Gelatin Print
Limited Edition of 35 Hand Signed and Numbered by Lawrence Schiller ©Lawrence Schiller
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Categories: Black and White, Icons, Lawrence Schiller, Photography Tags: 1969, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Lawrence Schiller, Paul Newman, Photography, Robert Redford