Art & Sculptures

Fashion study with slinky and chairs, Vogue Studio, London, England 1943


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Lee Miller loved gadgets and the newly invented Slinky seemingly out of place in the foreground intrigued her. She liked the fact that it is utterly pointless but contains something of the marvellous within the ordinary. This was a quality that Surrealists always sought and references her earlier roots in the movement.

Matted C-type digital print made from digital file sourced from Lee Miller’s original negative. 

Image size: 22.4cm(h) x 17.2cm(w)
Paper size: 22.5cm(h) x 20.4cm(w)
Mount Size: 35cm(h) x 28cm(w)