Veteran Hollywood photographer Douglas Kirkland challenged a Miami pop art gallery in federal court Tuesday, claiming one of its works ripped off a photo of French actress, model and activist Brigitte Bardot.

Kirkland took the photo in 1965, according to the copyright infringement lawsuit, which points the finger at gallery owner and pop artist Kfir Moyal.

View the photo on page 3 of Kirkland’s complaint:

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