Audrey Hepburn Artworks
Audrey Hepburn casts a spell on the viewer. To this day, the actress, dancer and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn has lost none of her fascination. Portrait photographs and art prints inspired by her life and work made a stunning complement to the walls in any room of your home or office. Discover our curated selection of Audrey Hepburn artworks below!
Audrey Hepburn, then and now
Audrey Hepburn is one of the few artists to be counted among EGOT winners. This means that she has won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award. The actor and dancer was extremely versatile in her talents. During the Second World War Audrey Hepburn took ballet lessons at the Arnhem Conservatory. She pursued a career as a ballerina, but due to her wartime malnutrition she was physically unable to keep up with her fellow troop members. So she began to work as a model and actress. Her first major successes soon followed. Already in 1951 she shined as Gigi on Broadway in New York.
Audrey Hepburn was one of the leading film actresses of the 1950's and 1960's. Movies like Breakfast at Tiffany's or My Fair Lady are still known to many people today.
She was to become a fashion icon as the muse of the Givenchy fashion house. Her style was characterized by the typical simple silhouette, which emphasized her slender form. Flat shoes, black, ankle-free leggings or narrow-cut trousers and turtlenecks were also part of her style. The "little black dress" was her fashion statement, and her accentuated dark eyebrows are unforgettable. Indeed, Audrey Hepburn was exceptionally photogenic. Today, vintage black and white photographs shape our memories of the doe-eyed former model.
From the 1970s Audrey Hepburn retired almost completely from the film business and devoted herself to her family. Hepburn is also known for her commitment to UNICEF against hunger in developing countries. This earned her the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1992.
The movie star can still be found on countless vintage movie posters, in photographs, and in drawings and paintings on both print and canvas. Her style, her grace, and her scandal-free life make her a fairly harmonic icon for many fans.
Discover Audrey Hepburg Prints and Photographs with Lumas
Whether in classic black-and-white photographs or on elaborately staged pop art prints, Audrey Hepburn is given a place of honor at LUMAS. Peperina Magenta stages Audrey Hepburn prints in a new way, against colorful backgrounds. She combines the iconic photographs in an expressive collage technique
Shop our exclusive artworks, and bring the star from Roman Holiday and Breakfast at Tiffany's into your home! Our prints and photographs of icons out of film and art history include a wide variety of vintage, fashion, and black and white photography. Explore our entire collection of framed and unframed wall art for your home, for tips and ideas on how to select artworks for your room, and how to hang and arrange them on your wall.
Audrey Hepburn Biography
|04.05.1929||Born in Ixelles/Elsenne, Belgium, to a Dutch mother and a British father. Her original last name is Hepburn-Ruston.|
|1935-38||Attends a girl's school in Kent, England.|
|1939||Family relocates to Arnheim, The Netherlands.|
|1948||First minor role in a promotional film Dutch in Seven Lessons.|
|from 1948||Training as ballerina. Her dream of a career as a ballerina was never realized.|
|from 1951||Minor roles in British movies, including One Wild Oat.|
|1951||First Broadway role as Colette's Gigi.|
|1953||Breakthrough to stardom with her leading role in Roman Holiday, for which she receives an Oscar.|
|1955-1968||Oscar nominations for Sabrina, The Nun's Story, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and Wait Until Dark.|
|1988||Ambassador for UNICEF.|
|20.01.1993||Audrey Hepburn dies in her house in Tolochenaz, Switzerland, after a struggle with colon cancer.|
|2002||In memory of Audrey Hepburn's social activism, the statue The Spirit of Audrey is erected in the UNICEF headquarters in New York City.|