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Art Review: Editta Sherman’s Long Reign as ‘The Duchess of Carnegie Hall’

Royalty photographs royalty in an exhibition of portraits by Ms. Sherman at the New-York Historical Society.
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The New-York Historical Society celebrates the late photographer Editta Sherman (1912?2013) with a special exhibition of her celebrity portraits, to be shown in the Joyce B. Cowin Women?s History Gallery in the Museum?s new Center f...

Editta Sherman, "Duchess of Carnegie Hall," dies

United States / New York : Crain's New York Business

Photographer Editta Sherman, dubbed the "Duchess of Carnegie Hall" while living in a studio over the famed auditorium for six decades, has died. She was 101. Known for her photos of celebrities, Ms. Sherman died Friday in her sleep,...

Editta Sherman's Vintage Portraits On Display At New-York Historical Society

United States / New York : Gothamist

Photographer and former Andy Warhol muse Editta Sherman spent 60 years photographing models, artists, writers, and other local celebrities during her residency in the Carnegie Hall Artist Studios, earning her the moniker the "Duches...

Editta Sherman, ‘Duchess of Carnegie Hall,’ Dies

Industries / Military : Battleland

(NEW YORK) — Editta (eh-DEE’-tah) Sherman, a photographer dubbed the “Duchess of Carnegie Hall,” has died. She was 101. Sherman lived above the famed New York City hall for six decades. Billy Lyons, an actor and Sherman’s friend, sa...

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