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Vogue Cover - May 1945
By Erwin Blumenfeld
10" x 13" Framed Art Print
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Published May 1, 1945For the May 1, 1945, cover of Vogue magazine, photographer Erwin Blumenfeld simplified the details of a model's face. The vintage fashion cover depicts only the model's features, shadowed beneath a visor's teal shade, and her magenta pink lips. Blumenfeld uses the same reductive technique in his famous January 1, 1950 cover of Vogue, showing model Jean Patchett's eye and lips.

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By combining beauty and surrealism in his fashion photography, Erwin Blumenfeld (1897 – 1869) set new standards for the genre. Imbuing glamour with thought-provoking substance, the Berlin-born photographer’s work of the 1930s through the 1950s elevated fashion photography to an art form. Blumenfeld shot countless covers for both French and American Vogue between 1945 and 1955 for which he was acclaimed as one that era’s most sought-after commercial photographers.

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10" x 13" Framed Art Print
$197.99
$138.59
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Product Details

Published May 1, 1945For the May 1, 1945, cover of Vogue magazine, photographer Erwin Blumenfeld simplified the details of a model's face. The vintage fashion cover depicts only the model's features, shadowed beneath a visor's teal shade, and her magenta pink lips. Blumenfeld uses the same reductive technique in his famous January 1, 1950 cover of Vogue, showing model Jean Patchett's eye and lips.

About the Art

By combining beauty and surrealism in his fashion photography, Erwin Blumenfeld (1897 – 1869) set new standards for the genre. Imbuing glamour with thought-provoking substance, the Berlin-born photographer’s work of the 1930s through the 1950s elevated fashion photography to an art form. Blumenfeld shot countless covers for both French and American Vogue between 1945 and 1955 for which he was acclaimed as one that era’s most sought-after commercial photographers.

Item# 12525447953A

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Published May 1, 1945For the May 1, 1945, cover of Vogue magazine, photographer Erwin Blumenfeld simplified the details of a model's face. The vintage fashion cover depicts only the model's features, shadowed beneath a visor's teal shade, and her magenta pink lips. Blumenfeld uses the same reductive technique in his famous January 1, 1950 cover of Vogue, showing model Jean Patchett's eye and lips.

About the Art

By combining beauty and surrealism in his fashion photography, Erwin Blumenfeld (1897 – 1869) set new standards for the genre. Imbuing glamour with thought-provoking substance, the Berlin-born photographer’s work of the 1930s through the 1950s elevated fashion photography to an art form. Blumenfeld shot countless covers for both French and American Vogue between 1945 and 1955 for which he was acclaimed as one that era’s most sought-after commercial photographers.

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Vogue Cover - May 1945
By Erwin Blumenfeld
10" x 13" Framed Art Print
$197.99
$138.59
Ships in 3-5 Days
ADD TO CART