Goddesses of the Classic Screen, no.9 (Throw Pillow) by Solomon Walker

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…from the series “Goddesses of the Classic Screen”… awe, this mysterious and gifted lady of the classic screen is timeless! Greta Garbo lives today, as she did back in the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s, in the hearts and mind of folks who admired and adored her. Her talent spanned a wide range of characters and she handled them all flawlessly! What a talent!

Solomon Walker is a Professional Artist and Photographer who has been drawing and painting since the age of 11. Solomon render’s his “fine art” from emotions and philosophy. His work is influenced and inspired by various aspects of life, of living, and a whole host of worldly issues. In creating his unique pieces, Solomon likes to work in a blend of abstracts and conceptual forms, arriving at a final look that is truly his own.

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  • walraji
    walrajiover 5 years ago

    Lovely elegant work.

  • thanks very much my friend, very appreciated…

    – Solomon Walker

  • linaji
    linajiover 5 years ago


  • thanks Linaji… probably why there are so many songs referring to her – she was captivating!

    – Solomon Walker

  • coffeetea
    coffeeteaover 5 years ago

    like the mood in this…. beautiful years of fashion… my all time favorite.

  • Susan, thanks very much, always appreciated… agree, t’was a great time for style and fashion, long missed…

    – Solomon Walker

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersover 5 years ago

    I hear that woman ruled Holloywood in those days. Ican see why. I love it., Solomon. x

  • Lori, definitely true! in the early days you didnt see much men as superstars, the women were the symbol by which the industry was measured — glamour and success equally!

    – Solomon Walker

  • Polly x
    Polly xover 5 years ago

    Nicely composed and selected images

  • thanks very much Paulette, they are fun to work with.

    – Solomon Walker

  • Dawn B Davies-McIninch
    Dawn B Davies-...over 5 years ago

    very graceful,dawnx

  • thanks Dawn…the cameras did love her so…

    – Solomon Walker

  • Elizabeth Bravo
    Elizabeth Bravoover 5 years ago

    Greta is perfect. I love the balance of this one very much. Great lighting!!! Very nice as always.

  • Elizabeth, sincerely thanks for your thoughts, and happy you like this art…

    – Solomon Walker

  • Tara Johnson
    Tara Johnsonover 5 years ago

    Very well done……..women from this era were so beautiful and photographed and filmed so flawlessly. Excellent work Solomon!!!

  • Thanks heartfully, Tara, always with much gratitude for your comments and feedback…

    Agree, the early days of film and photography was in a class of their own. Creative people took their work very seriously and always presented A1 stuff to the public for enjoyment. We really need to bring back some that professionalism in our creative work today.

    – Solomon Walker

  • Tara Johnson
    Tara Johnsonover 5 years ago

    Oh I definately agree. They were very properly spoken, very poise, always flawless, and impressive on the big screen. B&W film times were incredible. I love the old movies and admire the era where it was all so classy and elegant. If that was incorporated in each piece of work today, wow……..

  • alot of the movies were filmed by men and women who had professional credentials in both fields… one of the best was Edward Steichen, a photographer, painter, and designer…he was a master of lighting, who helped lit many of the movie sets of early Hollywood.

    – Solomon Walker

  • Tara Johnson
    Tara Johnsonover 5 years ago

    Oh, well those people really had it together for sure!!!

  • definitely! you should take a look at Steichen’s work by Googling, its very inspiring!

    – Solomon Walker

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