Culinary Heights Art Print by Slim Aarons / Getty Images Collection
Courchevel restaurant chefs Jean Jacob (left) of 'Le Bateau Ivre', Michel Rochedy (centre) of 'Le Chabichou', and Albert Parveaux of 'Pralong 2000', Courchevel, France, April 1987
55Max offers premium quality C-type photographic prints from the Slim Aarons Archive, owned and housed by Getty Images. All photographs are printed and authorised by the Getty Images Gallery, London. Each comes with a certificate of authenticity. We love these prints as a frameless contemporary perspex face mount or a premium white frame with the print bleed to the edge.
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- We recommend this image as a perspex face-mount or the print mounted in a premium white frame, print bleed to edge
- Perspex face-mount is a contemporary mounting solution that enhances the colour of the image and provides a flawless high-gloss finish
- Comes with an aluminium subframe, ready to hang
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