Richard Avedon portrait of François Truffaut and Jean-Pierre Leaud
Looking through some old issues of the New Yorker from the 1990s, I came across a Richard Avedon portrait of François Truffaut and Jean-Pierre Leaud made in 1971. They look incredibly alike. In fact, to me it looks like it might be a portrait from Avedon's In the American West of prosperous father-son ranchers from Wyoming or Colorado. Both seem to resemble Sam Waterston at different stages of his career. The portrait is in The New Yorker from 12 December 1994.