The New School Archives Digital Collections

Fred Greenhill fashion illustrations ➔ Saks Fifth Avenue Sales Associate and Two Women in Fur Coats

Drawing/Painting/Print


Related people/organizations

Saks Fifth Avenue (New York, N.Y.) (commissioner)
Fred Greenhill (artist)

Date

1960s

Work Type

drawings

Measurements

20.5 in (width) x 29 in (height)

Description

Illustration for a Saks Fifth Avenue advertisement featuring an unknown man (probably a sales associate) helping a woman try on a long fur coat in front of a mirror, which is presumably located inside the department store. A similar but longer fur coat is shown on a mannequin on the right while a leopard jacket is draped on a chair in the foreground. A second woman stands in the background and appears to be wearing a fur swing coat with a turban and handbag.

Inscription

SAKS FIFTH AVENUE;COMBINATION LINE AND/HALF TONE DROP WHITES/HOLD BLACKS SOLID;TONIGHT/INSERT;artist: Fred Greenhill rep: Marguerite Jossel

Related Terms

fashion illustration
charcoal
wash
paint
Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Design Archives

Location

box OSxxx2, folder 10

Identifier

KA002201_OSxxx1_f10_03

Citation

Fred Greenhill. Saks Fifth Avenue Sales Associate and Two Women in Fur Coats . 1960s. Fred Greenhill fashion illustrations. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive. Web. 20 May 2019.

Use Restrictions

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