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Helen Dryden, illustratrice pour Vogue, portrait photographique (1928)

Tirage argentique d'époque d'une photographie de presse représentant l'illustratrice Helen Dryden, célèbre collaboratrice de Vogue. Helen Dryden signa de nombreuses couvertures de Vogue dans les années 1910 et 1920. Cette photographie a été diffusée en 1928 à l'occasion de la participation d'Helen Dryden à une émission radiodiffusée.

Title: Helen Dryden, illustratrice pour Vogue, portrait photographique (1928)
Type: Photograph
Edition: New-York, NBC Press Relations Department, 1928

Silver print. Photographer's stamp and caption on reverse. Caption reads: "Helen Dryden, first woman artist to be featured in the Lehn & Fink Serenade, will be heard during the broadcast through the NBC System, Thursday evening, December 27, at 8:00 o'clock, Eastern Standard Time (7:00 o'clock, Central Time). Miss Dryden is regarded as one of the most interesting feminine personalities in the art of fashion and magazine covers. She is numbered among the few prominent artists who did not spend long years in formal study. Born in Baltimore, Md., she moved to Philadelphia when a small child, and took art lessons only one summer. Her talk will be upon the increased beauty of the woman of today, and her importance to the world of commerce. This broadcast will be heard through the following stations associated with the NBC System : WJZ, New York, WEZ, Springfield ; WBZA, Boston ; WHAM, Rochester ; WBAD, Baltimore ; KDKA, Pittsburgh ; WLW, Cincinnati ; WJR, Detroit ; KYW, Chicago ; KWK, St. Louis ; WREN, Kansas City ; WOAI, San Antonio ; KVOO, Tulsa ; WFAA, Dallas, and KPRC, Houston."

Condition: Good condition, signs of wear, trace of fold in lower right corner.
Dimensions: 255 x 205 mm