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Vanity Fair July 1931

M Lewis, W Cotton, Re-my, C Alajalov, A Steichen, von Horn, A Bruehl, J von Reppert Bismarck, Kleemann-Thorman, Kennedy,

  • Year: 1931
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Movement: Art Deco
  • Subject: Current Affairs
  • Dimensions: Width: 24.50cm Height: 32.50cm

Original vintage magazine Vanity Fair July 1931 #5 Volume 36, an American monthly society magazine published from 1913. The cover features an Independence Day image in colour of the United States flag in the form of skyscrapers in patriotic red, white, and blue stars and stripes on the skyline, design by Hugh Gray Lieber. Includes articles about vacation in Mandalay, American music, travel in Aguas Calientes, theatre, The Vanity Fair Beauty Contest, Hollywood, sports, golf, bidding and Culbertson system, men’s fashion. Features photographs of actresses Helen Morgan, Madge Kennedy, Linda Watkins, Carole Lombard, Joan Crawford, actor Clive Brook, boxer Max Schmeling, swimmer Eleanor Holm, and Australian explorer Hubert Wilkins; series of etchings Summer Nights by Martin Lewis (1881-1962), an Australian-born American artist; a caricature by William Cotton (1880-1958), an American portrait painter, caricaturist, and playwright; works by other artists such as Alajalov, Jack von Reppert Bismarck, Anton Bruehl, and other, various photographs and advertisements. Published by The Conde Nast Publications, 88 pages.Fair condition, the cover is loose, rusted staples, tears and paper losses on the spine, creasing, minor staining.

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