14 in (width) x 24 in (height)
Woman wearing an ensemble by an unknown designer that includes a wide belt, long-sleeved collared blouse with yoke, and what appears to be a short skirt made from numerous layers of ruffles. This image was presumably used for one of the many department store advertisements that were illustrated by Greenhill. The reverse side of the paper features a partial illustration of a woman wearing a green striped skirt and purple jacket, along with the initials M.J. This inscription likely refers to artist representative Marguerite Jossel, who worked with Greenhill dating back to the 1960s.
Kellen Design Archives
box OSxxx1, folder 7
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