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Evelyn Nesbit (December 25, 1884 – January 17, 1967)
was the professional name of Florence Evelyn Nesbit,
a popular American chorus girl and artists’ model
All Photos in this collection are from Wiki (Public Domain)
Overlay texture courtesy of Lenabem-Anna. Flickr

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vintage, evelyn nesbit, american, chorus girl, artists model

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  • AndyGii
    AndyGiiover 1 year ago

    Beautiful image Kira

  • Thank you very much Andy ☺

    – © Kira Bodensted

  • LoveringArts
    LoveringArtsover 1 year ago

    Simply stunning texture overlay to give a most exotic breathtaking creation , what a wonderful era this was , so elegant !

  • This was so much fun putting together. Thank you for the lovely comment my friend.xx

    – © Kira Bodensted

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 1 year ago

    Wonderful creation. I love the way you arranged these images.

  • Thank you so much Bunny. I was thinking “exposed” – that’s what she was – like Marilyn.
    Anything that put bread on the table. A 16 year old girl as breadwinner is not natural.

    – © Kira Bodensted

  • Carol Knudsen
    Carol Knudsenover 1 year ago

    Wonderful tribute!

  • Thank you very much Carol ☺

    – © Kira Bodensted

  • Helenka
    Helenkaover 1 year ago

    Very unique work, Kira !! Wonderfully done !!!

  • Thank you very much Helenka ☺

    – © Kira Bodensted

  • Sarah Vernon
    Sarah Vernonover 1 year ago

    You are not alone! I love this and it’s become another favourite. I know you don’t like to have your work pinned but I do wish I could promote it on Pinterest. I’m beginning to think this service might ultimately prove to be the best marketing tool of all. Anyway, I’m about to add this to my Facebook page and it will be automatically tweeted. Click on any of my pictures and you’ll see my FB page link in the description. Have a great weekend!

  • Dear Sarah, I am not on any social media. I don’t like their rules and there has been a lot of Forum posts and journals here by people who had their work copied and sold by other people as their own. Theft is the word.
    I do have a sneaking suspicion though that it will be worse and that there is not a lot we can do about the increasing “sharing” on any media. Personally I never go looking to see if one of my pictures happen to be on a site that a member have found one of hers on. … I can do without the aggravation and I pick my fights carefully.
    Warm hugs from a very cold Copenhagen xxx

    – © Kira Bodensted

  • Sarah Vernon
    Sarah Vernonover 1 year ago

    I completely understand, Kira. At the moment, I’m finding the advantages outweigh the disadvantages – this may change. I also get so much pleasure from promoting the work of people I admire. Equally warm hugs from me!

  • Know that I am very grateful for your lovely support Sarah. And if your mentioning of me results in people coming to RB to see more and hopefully buy my work, well that would be just great ☺ Thank you xx

    – © Kira Bodensted

  • Trish Woodford
    Trish Woodfordover 1 year ago

    What a wonderful creation Kira…….

  • Thank you so much for your kind support Trish – much appreciated ☺

    – © Kira Bodensted

  • tori yule
    tori yuleover 1 year ago

    Excellent work, Kira

  • Thanks very much Tori ☺

    – © Kira Bodensted

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