N.p. Emilio Lari, 1975. Vintage borderless double weight photograph. "Emilio Lari" and "17/11" rubber stamps on verso.
A young Jodie Foster photographed by the Italian born, movie stills photographer, Emilio Lari in 1975.
The following year (1976) would be the breakthrough year for Foster, going on to star in Martin Scorcese's revolutionary New Hollywood neo-noir "Taxi Driver," as well as Nicolas Gessner's "The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane," and the Disney fantasy-comedy "Freaky Friday," directed by Gary Nelson.
Lari began his career as studio still photographer by bluffing his way onto the set of Richard Lester's "A Hard Day's Night" in 1964, and went on to doing studio still photography for the next four decades, working with, among others, Franco Zeffierelli, Francis Ford Coppola, and Martin Scorsese. Lari is also known for his personal photoshoots of various celebrities including David Bowie, Robert De Niro, Michaelle Pfeiffer.
7.75 x 11.5 inches. Very Good plus with two small faint bruises.