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Accession Number: 1971:0050:0001

Maker: Nickolas Muray (American 1892-1965)


Date: 1941

Medium: "color print, assembly (Carbro) process"

Dimensions: Dimensions Unknown

George Eastman House Collection

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  1. © Lady N 76 months ago | reply

    whata sweet photo!

  2. victortan47 [deleted] 76 months ago | reply

    great shot

  3. jutakyo 76 months ago | reply

    pretty retro :) .

  4. Wildfocs 76 months ago | reply

    Lovely... Retro S2
    It's just, sooo perfect!
    Good job!

  5. bonksie61 76 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Almost Anything, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  6. Lacrimosa 76 months ago | reply

    "But darling, where's the food?"

    "Don't be silly, dear. Food would mess up my lovely new picnic set."

  7. Samantha Lamb 76 months ago | reply

    those colors are lovely:)

  8. lifeskills13 76 months ago | reply

    Lacrimosa your comment made me LOL

    Brilliant! :)

  9. Lacrimosa 76 months ago | reply

    I aim to please, lifeskills13. :-)

  10. Reografie 76 months ago | reply

    OMG how lovely !!!!

  11. Suuls 75 months ago | reply

    haha super :D

  12. Brelee. 75 months ago | reply

    I really enjoy this one.

  13. Jeff* 75 months ago | reply

    Great vintage ad.
    I guess he enjoys his meals half-submerged in water..

  14. auruda [deleted] 75 months ago | reply


  15. Fonzie's cousin 73 months ago | reply

    now this is cool

  16. reel aesthete 63 months ago | reply

    wow.... i'm sure they sold a lot of plates after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

  17. dudalhke 61 months ago | reply

    perfeita as fotografias de muray, as cores são muito fortes ele realmente foi muito criativo

  18. EMAN.t ♥ [deleted] 54 months ago | reply

    wow amazing!

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