Essay by Richard Howard.
Published by Roth Horowitz Anderson
In Big Sur, in 1964, Walter Chappell shot a series of photographs of Sharon Tate that freeze her as she has since been frozen by fate, as a tragically and eternally young heroine. For 35 years those photographs remained hidden; here they appear in all their gauzy, morbid beauty.
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