"A Stylish Fadeaway Girl, Collier's Magazine Cover"   Lot no. 2615

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By Penrhyn Stanlaws 1877-1957

1924 (Estimated)
16.50" x 21.50"
Pastel on Illustration Board
Signed Lower Left
SOLD

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SOLD to the Delaware Art Museum

Collier's Magazine Cover October 1924

 


From the estate of legendary jazz-age Ziegfeld Follies photographer Alfred Cheney Johnston comes this sensational pastel by noted American illustrator Penrhyn Stanlaws. Inscribed "To Cheney from Penrhyn Stanlaws." This is a fabulous offering, created in the then popular "Fadeaway Girl" style invented by Coles Phillips, and features a stylish 1920s flapper girl in a cloche hat admiring her abundant beauty in a compact mirror. This was created as the cover for the October 4, 1924 issue of Collier's magazine, and later inscribed and gifted to Johnston.

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