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  • Hannah Case

    I love Lucy! A portrait of Lucille Ball from 1944. “In Vibrant Color: Vintage Celebrity Portraits From the Harry Warnecke Studio,” an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, consists of color photographic portraits of 24 noteworthy people from the last century.

  • Anna Sargent

    She really was an all around beauty. I remember watching her on Nick at Night with my grandparents. A portrait of Lucille Ball from 1944. “In Vibrant Color: Vintage Celebrity Portraits From the Harry Warnecke Studio,” an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, consists of color photographic portraits of 24 noteworthy people from the last century.

  • Brianna Brentwood

    Lucile Ball - Color-Portraits-Harry-Warnecke-Studio-National-Portrait-Gallery-Washington-DC-126

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