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    (Edward Steichen, 1924) This photo of silent film veteran Gloria Swanson was taken right before the debut of feature length films with sound. Being a primarily a silent-film actress, her fame naturally waned as ‘talkies’ grew in popularity. Ironically, she is best known for her role as a faded silent-film star in the critically acclaimed “Sunset Boulevard”, released in 1950.

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    Photos: Edward Steichen’s Iconic Portraiture | Vanity Fair Gloria Swanson, behind a curtain of lace, as the first feature-length “talkies” were emerging. February 1928.

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    @EdwardSteichen @GloriaSwanson #Photography Master #Black and White #lace

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    Edward Steichen's Vanity Fair Portrait of Gloria Swanson

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