black and white drawing of vintage glamour

Proud to be Woman - Vintage glamour


Original hand-drawn artwork in black and white

Comes with mountboard ready to frame

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Dimensions 36 × 28 cm

You can’t fully know her, but you probably wish you did

The complicated notion of glamour in classic Hollywood, suggesting that stars were aloof and unknowable, was also a means to sell products. daily.jstor.org

On the silver screen, and later in Technicolor, women appeared flawless. Their dresses were divine, their hairstyles and makeup immaculate. It was a fairy tale land of beauty, and the world was transfixed. glamourdaze.com


Comes with mountboard ready to frame

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