Jeanloup Sieff

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Jeanloup Sieff (November 30, 1933 – September 20, 2000) was a French photographer. He was born in Paris to Polish parents. He was a photography student of Gertrude Fehr.[1] He is famous for his portraits of politicians, famous artists, landscapes, as well as for his nudes and use of wide-angle lens and visible dodging marks. He worked mainly in black and white and in fashion.

He died in Paris. His daughter, Sonia Sieff, is also a photographer.[2]


  • Femme assise sur une chaise, 1972, 40 x 30 cm, Musée d'art de Toulon


  1. ^ "Biography of Gertrude Fehr (1895-1996)". Retrieved 2016-06-22.
  2. ^ "Contact". SONIA SIEFF (in French). Retrieved 7 September 2023.

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