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A sketch of Marlene Dietrich, and Merle Oberon sits for a portrait by Gerald Brockhurst
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Tags#LenaHorn LACMA Los Angeles National Portrait Gallery Portrait of Lena Horn by Edward Biberman Richard Neutra
There of course was glamour before the 20th century. But Los Angeles polished and redefined the word from 1913 to today. I love all three of these images.
The painter, Edward Biberman did a famous portrait of Joan Crawford, and taught at Art Center in Pasadena. Los Angeles in the 20th century, the glamour of possibility…you always nail it, Mister. I am saving your new post for when I get home tonight, xox, V
Nice greens in each!
It just jumped out at me, the colors in the landscape and the color of the painter’s palette.
They all have sleek lines and matching colours?
I think the house and the portrait were roughly the same era, and the colors are here in the light and terrain. So, cool…
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