Elke Sommer

Pencil Portrait by Antonio Bosano.

Elke Sommer Pencil Portrait
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*Limited edition run of 250 prints only*

All Pencil Prints are printed on the finest Bockingford Somerset Velvet 255 gsm paper.

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Last update: 27/6/15

Elke Sommer, the gorgeous Teutonic temptress was one of Hollywood’s most captivating imports of the 1960s. Blonde and beautiful, Berlin-born Sommer, with her trademark pouty lips, high cheekbones and beehive hair extensions, proved irresistible to American audiences, whether adorned in lace, leather, lingerie or her native lederhosen.

As a young man, and to my mind at least, she seemed everywhere in Hollywood – Don’t bother to knock,” “The Victors,” “The Prize,” “The Money Trap,” – the noir genre’s last gasp – The Venetian Affair,” “The Oscar,” “Deadlier than the male,” and “Zeppelin,” – a young multi-lingual woman with the impossibly attractive lower lip, she appeared first on any casting director’s short list for big budget movies.