Raymond Depardon

Contact Sheet Print: Olympic Games. Montreal, 1976

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Born in France in 1942, Raymond Depardon began taking photographs on his family farm in Garet at the tender age of 12. He left for Paris in 1958, before joining the Dalmas agency as a reporter two years later. In 1966, he co-founded the Gamma agency, producing reportage all over the world. Depardon subsequently joined Magnum in 1978 and has since pursued an illustrious dual career as photographer and award-winning filmmaker. Pictured here, gymnast Nadia Comãneci performs the routine that would gain her one of her seven “perfect 10” scores – a score that the official Olympic scoreboards had not yet been programmed to display.


Format: Archival Pigment Print
Magnum Archive Stamped
Sizes: 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm) or 20 x 24 in (50 x 60 cm)
Printed on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta paper

This print is for personal use only, intended for display in the home or other private spaces. For all other purposes, such as display in public spaces or institutions, publishing the image online or in print, or any other form of usage, permission must be granted by Magnum Photos.


Each frame is hand-crafted and made-to-order and includes framing-grade quality plexiglass, which comes with ~60% UV protection.

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Please note: due to the nature of the framing process the artist archival stamp that is on the recto of our Contact Sheet, Darkroom and Magnum Edition prints will be obscured upon framing.


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Each print is made using an archival pigment process and printed on the highest quality papers.

Our frames are hand-made to order by experts with decades of experience.

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