Two Portrait-Galleries of the Author.
Gallery One ranges from the 1970s to 1990s.
Gallery Two is from 2003.
Photographs by Martha Wilkerson
Examples of her portraiture may be seen in the Archival Portrait-Gallery of the Author.
Photographs by Michael James O'Brien
Examples of his portraiture may be seen in the 2003 Portrait-Gallery of the Author.
Photographs by Jimmy de Sana were conceived in tandem with Terence Sellers in 1977-78.
We possessed thirty-two prints, made by the photographer himself.
De Sana's 1978 photo book entitled "Submission" was styled in great part by Terence Sellers, though she was not credited.
As of November 2005 most of these prints are in the Downtown Collection of the Fales Library, at New York University, and for viewing by appointment only.
View some of these photographs as illustrating her story, "Famous Versus Infamous" on this site.
Etchings by Carl Apfelschnitt are available for sale, five to a set.
They were created in 1986 for a proposed exclusive boxed edition of "The Obsession."
the etchings to have been bound in folio.
Signed by the artist, in a series of 45. Hand-pulled by the artist.
Printed on Arches paper, 20" x 26."
Four of these etchings may be seen in the current published version
of "The Obsession." The fifth, of a satanic figure with an erection,
was suppressed by the artist during a brief, hysterically religious phase.
For more information on the book, see The Obsession link on this site.
Interested collectors should write to
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