Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Patti Smith on fame
Los Angeles now and then, art and architecture, gorgeous Lena Horn painted by Edward Biberman, and a house in the hills by Richard Neutra
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Tags#MerleOberon MarleneDietrich Portrait of Merle Oberon by Gerald Brockhurst sketch of Marlene Dietrich by Gerald Brockhurst
When I’m busily working, like every artist, I dress just like Gerald Brockhurst!
Eton collar and full Windsor tie—where are the paint splotches???
How was Queenie not one of your tags! Am I old or what? I remember watching that in real time…
Oh my lord, you just reminded me, you must have been about 10 when that show aired, starring Mia Sara!
Why don’t we call it 2? 😛 There’s an unlikely possibility I was only 2, and I’m sticking with it.
It’s a time honored tradition, deducting around ten years, and if Anita Loos can do it, so can you! xox, V
P.S. Bruce Chatwin is a rather interesting topic. Have you considered articles on people like that? I imagine they’d draw considerable attention.
Marlene’s artist focused so hard on getting the face right, they screwed up her hair. Brockhurst took about two inches off Ms. Oberon’s jawline, and added about ten years with those eyelids. He is a snappy dresser, though. While his back is turned, I’m stealing that chair.
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