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Published February 15, 1934 Originally appearing in the February 15, 1934, Vogue, Cecil Beaton's delicate illustration features a woman in a blue Elsa Schiaparelli dress with puffed sleeves and an aproned skirt, reflected in a grand mirror, and her companion in a red Worth gown with soft ruffles. They are flanked by a statue and an armchair on one side and a settee on the other. The oriental floral motif of the carpet and armchair upholstery and delicately curl of the molding on the mantel are suggestive of Art Nouveau. Artist by Cecil Beaton
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