Déjeuner sur Terrasse (Lunch on the Terrace), Nellcôte, France, 1971
© Dominique Tarlé

Déjeuner sur Terrasse (Lunch on the Terrace), Nellcôte, France, 1971

Photograph
By Dominique Tarlé
About the image
Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones performs for a few friends during lunch at Villa Nellcôte in the summer of 1971. The Stones recorded much of Exile on Main St. in the basement.
"The idea was to find another place to record, but they couldn't find anywhere, so eventually they turned around and looked at me. I looked at Anita and said, 'Hey, babe, we're gonna have to handle it.' Anita had to organize dinner sometimes for something like 18 people. We redid the basement kitchen into the studio." - Keith Richards

Release Notes:
Except where noted, each photograph is a hand-printed silver gelatin print, made in France. Each piece is signed, titled and dated by the photographer.

Most are available in any of five sizes, each done in a very limited quantity, please contact us for further details.

Collector's Notes:
SFAE is the exclusive representative in the US for Dominique Tarlé's photographs. 

 

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Déjeuner sur Terrasse (Lunch on the Terrace), Nellcôte, France, 1971
Déjeuner sur Terrasse (Lunch on the Terrace), Nellcôte, France, 1971