Brigitte Bardot at the Margot Tower - photograph by André Sartres/PARISMATCH/SCOOP

Brigitte Bardot at the Margot Tower
Brigitte Bardot at the Margot Tower
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N°20 of a limited edition to 300 copie(s)

Description of the photograph

Cagnes-sur-Mer (Côte d'Azur, Alpes-Maritimes), France, July 1959: meeting with Brigitte Bardot, 24, in the villa of La Tour Margot rented by the production in Hauts-de-Cagnes, where she lives with her second husband Jacques Charrier. In the garden, the relaxed attitude of the young actress in a checkered Vichy skirt, barefoot on a table, having a drink through a straw installed on a lounge chair, enjoying a moment of relaxation between two shots view at the Victorine studios in Nice for the shooting of the film "Do you want to dance with me?" by Michel Boisrond.

Information about the photograph


This art photograph was taken with a film camera. The picture is printed on satin paper using the latest inkjet printing technologies.


Each print is coated with a protective varnish to ensure long-lasting preservation.


270g/m2 satin-finish paper.

Mounting on aluminium

The photograph is laminated on a 2mn Dibond aluminium plate with a frame on the back to easily hang the photograph on the wall.


This photograph is sold with a certificate of authenticity.

Available sizes

12x8, 20x14, 30x20, 36x24.

Suggested finishes

Aluminum mounting, Premium aluminium frame, Print only, Classic wood frame, Floater frame.


This photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 copies worldwide.

Frames information

Frame sizes
Frames size
Small10x8, 12x8, 12x9
Medium24x20, 24x24
Frame details
  • Each frame is aluminium (best quality) or wood
  • A blank mat is always present to frame the photo
  • Frame covered with a glass to protect the photograph
Frames sizeSize of the related photographs
Framing 11x1410x8, 12x8, 12x9
Framing 24x2412x12
Framing 20x24 or 24x3020x14, 20x16, 20x14
Framing 24x2420x20

Handrcafted production

Method of manufacturing frames
Method of manufacturing aluminum mounting

Paris Match

Paris, France