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Glamour Magazine, Girls on Beach 1959

Soicher Marin

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Glamour Magazine, Girls on Beach 1959

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Materials:

archival giclée print on paper

Dimensions:

21.25" x 17.25

Frame details:

Italian wood/glass/mat board

Frame finish:

silver

Photographer:

Richard Rutledge

Why We Love This

This photograph by Richard Rutledge appeared in the May 1959 issue of Glamour magazine. An archival giclée reproduction, the work comes beautifully matted and framed in silver-finished molding.
In the years following World War II, Condé Nast maintained a grand photography studio in midtown Manhattan. There, a stable of photographers and assistants cranked out fashion spreads, portraits, and product still lifes. One of those studio photographers, Richard Rutledge, is relatively unknown today, but for a 15-year period following the war he was one of the most frequently published photographers in Vogue, Glamour, and House & Garden.

Why We Love This

This photograph by Richard Rutledge appeared in the May 1959 issue of Glamour magazine. An archival giclée reproduction, the work comes beautifully matted and framed in silver-finished molding.
In the years following World War II, Condé Nast maintained a grand photography studio in midtown Manhattan. There, a stable of photographers and assistants cranked out fashion spreads, portraits, and product still lifes. One of those studio photographers, Richard Rutledge, is relatively unknown today, but for a 15-year period following the war he was one of the most frequently published photographers in Vogue, Glamour, and House & Garden.

About Soicher Marin

A prized art resource for interior designers for more than a half-century, Soicher Marin lures an avid and growing repeat clientele year after year with its sophisticated boutique perspective on wall decor. Here, beautifully framed and ready to fascinate, a curated selection of striking giclée reproductions of vintage prints.