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theswingingsixties:  Catherine Deneuve  Meetmeinthemorning: She’s so beautiful.  http://vintagestitch.tumblr.com/page/5#

theswingingsixties: Catherine Deneuve Meetmeinthemorning: She’s so beautiful. http://vintagestitch.tumblr.com/page/5#

~MISS. MILLIONAIRESS #150: Grace Kelly - 1955 - Photo by Howell Conant | Retrospective  Curated by The House of Beccaria

~MISS. MILLIONAIRESS #150: Grace Kelly - 1955 - Photo by Howell Conant | Retrospective Curated by The House of Beccaria

Françoise Dorléac (21 March 1942 – 26 June 1967) was a French actress. She was the daughter of screen actor Maurice Dorléac and Renée Deneuve, and the elder sister of Catherine Deneuve. The two sisters starred together in the 1967 musical, The Young Girls of Rochefort. Her other films include Philippe de Broca's movie L'Homme de Rio, François Truffaut's La Peau douce, Roman Polanski's Cul-de-sac and Val Guest's Where the Spies Are.

Françoise Dorléac (21 March 1942 – 26 June 1967) was a French actress. She was the daughter of screen actor Maurice Dorléac and Renée Deneuve, and the elder sister of Catherine Deneuve. The two sisters starred together in the 1967 musical, The Young Girls of Rochefort. Her other films include Philippe de Broca's movie L'Homme de Rio, François Truffaut's La Peau douce, Roman Polanski's Cul-de-sac and Val Guest's Where the Spies Are.

this image is made fresh through the use of the window which takes up the majority of the photograph,blues are used to connote cold and sadness. you assume she is reading a sad letter, maybe from her husband through the use of colours the artist is used and also because she is alone and pregnant. Her skin and hair is the only other colours used in the image, photographs from the 60s often show people with a more saturated skin tone, because it was seen as fashionable to have a tan in that…

this image is made fresh through the use of the window which takes up the majority of the photograph,blues are used to connote cold and sadness. you assume she is reading a sad letter, maybe from her husband through the use of colours the artist is used and also because she is alone and pregnant. Her skin and hair is the only other colours used in the image, photographs from the 60s often show people with a more saturated skin tone, because it was seen as fashionable to have a tan in that…

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