Tuesday, November 12th 2013
The Chinese Vase (1893). William Worcester Churchill (American,1858-1926). Oil on canvas.
An example of Churchill’s canvases depicting lovely young women in elegant interiors which were very much in keeping with Boston School colleagues. In this case, the lady reading becomes an accessory to the Chinese vase. The composition is awkward as both the lady and the vase are in the background with little of interest in the foreground.
Richard Prince, 1983
Kristen Stewart at the Met Gala
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Jena Malone in Monique Lhuillier at the London premiere of Catching Fire, November 11th
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Elle cover 7 hollywood magazine.
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"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" - UK Premiere, November 11, 2013