Vintage pencil & ink sketch by Charles Gates Sheldon, up for auction on September 30, 2011.
CHARLES GATES SHELDON (American, 1889-1960)
Lady Posing with her Dog, magazine story illustration
Pencil and ink on board
21 x 15.5 in.
Signed lower right
From the Estate of Charles Martignette.
Someone else is into the dames and dogs; we found this photo (Vogue, June 1943) via this post on Dogs in Vogue: A Century of Canine Chic by Judith Watt.
Belding’s Silk Thread: Dogs beg for it.
…Would you prefer, “Please put a penny in the dressed dog’s hat”?
Helmut Newton, Les Belles et Les Bettes, Paris Vogue, Dec 1969 – Jan 1970.
Note the arcade sign in the background… Is she leaving that poor pup there while she goes to the arcade? Or has she just stopped to have her photo taken?
One of ladies knows how to play to the camera.
The dog’s thinking she’s high maintenance.
Photo by Avedon; via.
Annette Funicello loved her stuffed dogs. And Kennedy.
Hey, it was the 60s and she was a Good American Girl.
Vintage photo of reidbrand’s mom in the Women’s Land Army (WLA) in 1943. I love how she’s holding a stuffed toy dog — with only one eye.