Portrait of Flo Lewis
Flo Lewis was a vaudeville entertainer. She is recognizable by her crystalline eyes and long eyelashes. In this three-quarter view photograph, a paisley patterned fabric wraps her figure while a satin sheet drapes over her arms. She holds out a vase with a few thin limbs of foliage coming out of it. The vase appears to be a material extension of the satin fabric as their color, texture, and reflectivity are nearly identical. Although she holds out the vase as an offering, her eyes mesmerize with their gaze.
This is a sepia toned print of Flo Lewis.
James R. and Joyce A. Finely and Charles David and Linda Hixon
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