An internationally known and acclaimed photographer, Deborah Turbeville’s poetic and distinctive style has placed her in the forefront of fashion and architectural photography worldwide. Her 1975 “Bath House” series, produced for Vogue, established her as a dominant figure in contemporary photography and as an artist with an intense personal vision. “I have an instinct for finding the odd location, the dismissed face, the eerie atmosphere, the oppressive mood. . . ” These words perfectly describe the haunting photographs that draw the viewer into Turbeville’s graceful and ambiguous narratives. "Unseen Versailles" published in 1981 captures the brilliant idea, which Turbeville credits to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis [the book’s editor] of photographing the palace's storerooms and attics. Unseen Versailles went on to win the American Book Award for photography.