Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Color, Black & White and Other Things in Vogue

During our search on Marisol Escobar this weekend, we ran into some images of vintage Vogue covers from the '20's and '30's. We loved the thought of fashion images represented through drawing rather than today's high gloss photography. Today we pair two of our favorite covers with other representative art that is also "in vogue."
Cover of Vogue, April, 1930

Sybil Andrews linocut, 1953

Portrait of Martha Graham, Marisol Escobar 1981

The Little Black Dress Goes Yellow cover of Vogue, 1928

Dorrit Black linocut from the National Australian Gallery Collection

Fish Dream brooch by Kiff Siemmons 1993 at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts


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