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    Posted 3 months ago

    lundy
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    Hello I was wondering if anyone may be able to make out the words I can't make out two of the words. Like 3rd and. Last
    thank you very much . Natasha kinsky by Richard avedon

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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 3 months ago
      Think it says ...may all snake...? And paradise of ?...maybe beings?
    2. Jade42 Jade42, 3 months ago
      There is not enough money in the world....
    3. Nan24 Nan24, 3 months ago
      Wow... Looks like... Dear Richard may a snake come to you and hug you and protect you and bring you into the paradise _____________________
    4. Collectables59 Collectables59, 3 months ago
      Nice bangle
    5. lundy lundy, 3 months ago
      Good morning still having trouble with that word after Paradise not sure if it says bears to the paradise of beers I'm not sure what that means. Ty. All
    6. lundy lundy, 3 months ago
      Hello is anyone on tonight let me know what that last word is after Paradise of thank you
    7. keramikos, 3 months ago
      lundy, Kinski's handwriting overall seems pretty legible, although there are a couple of problem areas. Transcribed here as nearly as I can:

      Dear Richard - May a [scribbled out error] snake (k) come to you and hug you and protect you and bring you into the paradise
      of bears.!!!
      Hope it works! Nastassja
      PS and thank you very much.

      The photograph itself was taken June 14th, 1981:

      https://www.christies.com/en/lot/lot-5123241

      https://magazine.artland.com/stories-of-iconic-artworks-nastassja-kinski-the-serpent/

      Exactly when Kinski inscribed this print, and what she meant by it is unknown to me, but FWIW, she did play Susie the Bear in 1984's "The Hotel New Hampshire":

      https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000176/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm

      https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087428/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_58
    8. lundy lundy, 3 months ago
      Oh my God that information is amazing the knowledge some people have like you thank you very much
    9. keramikos, 3 months ago
      lundy, You're welcome. :-)

      I'm actually not all that knowledgeable. I knew who both Kinski and Avedon were, but I had to poke around the Internet a bit to get some back story on the photograph.

      I generally like to give source links for information that I put in a comment so that (1) people don't think I'm just making up things (2) people can go to the sources for more information (3) people can judge for themselves the reliability of the information.
    10. lundy lundy, 3 months ago
      Wow that's amazing yes thank you very much for the help
    11. valentino97 valentino97, 3 months ago
      Great research by keramikos! I remember seeing this in 1981 Vogue magazine. It was advertising the cuff bracelet Collectables59 mentioned by designer Patricia von Musulin. I believe it is ivory. If you google, you can see an example owned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She was a designer who worked in natural but also resin and lucite materials. Her designs are very bold statements.

      Natasha's (Nastassja's) famous father was Klaus Kinski who acted in 130 films.

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