This item is an 8" X 10 1/2", black and white print of a charcoal portrait of actor Maximilian Schell. The portrait print is from 1962 and features Maxilmilian Schell as he starred in the 1961 Stanley Kramer Movie-"Judgment At Nuremberg".As a young man, Schell studied at three universities Zurich, Basel, and Munich before making his professional stage debut in 1952. In 1955, he appeared in his first film, Kinder, Mütter und ein General. He next debuted on Broadway and then in Hollywood, playing a German officer who befriends fellow soldier Marlon Brando in The Young Lions (1958). Schell earned an Oscar in 1961 for his intriguing performance as a defense attorney in Judgment at Nuremberg, and would subsequently be nominated for Oscars for his work in The Man in the Glass Booth (1975) and Julia (1977). In 1968, he produced Das Schloss (The Castle) and made his feature film directorial/screenwriting debut with Erste Liebe (First Love) in 1970. The latter film earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film, as did his 1973 effort Der Fussgänger. The latter also won him a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Film. As a director and producer, Schell distinguished himself on the international stage with productions such as the remarkable Tales From the Vienna Woods and the modern opera Coronet. In addition to film and stage work, he has occasionally worked on television, winning a Golden Globe for his supporting role as Lenin in the HBO miniseries Stalin (1992) and additional acclaim for his work in Peter the Great (1986) and Joan of Arc (1999). Since the late '80s, Schell's screen appearances became sporadic, and he rarely branched out from acting.The portrait print has been autographed on the front by Maximilian Schell.......BOTH PORTRAIT PRINT AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.........
HeadlineMaximilian Schell Portrait Print 1962 Signed Autograph "Judgment At Nuremberg"