Vogue - April 1948
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Item #: 12500775238A
10.5" x 8" without border
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Published April 1, 1948
Mrs. John Heminway and her daughter Hilary admire the art hanging in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Mrs. Heminway wears a blue cotton chambray dress by Mildred Orick and a wide-brim hat by Dobbs; Hilary's similar frock is by Ellen Hewitt. This John Rawlings photograph, which appeared in the April 1, 1948, Vogue, is an early example of modern magazine portraiture, in which the equally fascinating setting and subject vie for the viewer's attention.
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