Mrs. Rainsford between 1922-1924  

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Mrs. Rainsford between 1922-1924
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The Library of Congress Mrs. Rainsford between 1922-1924 I claim no rights other than colorizing this image if you wish to use let me know and always give due credit to The Library of Congress I have no commercial gain in publishing this image. Title Rainsford, Mrs., seated outdoors Contributor Names Genthe, Arnold, 1869-1942, photographer Created / Published between 1922 and 1924. Headings Nitrate negatives. Portrait photographs. Rights Advisory No known restrictions on publication.


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01/11/21 8:03 PM GMT
I am at a loss on how you achieved this work. It is an amazing feat, Rob.
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When fear comes to me I will stubbornly choose Faith Instead!!!!
01/11/21 9:05 PM GMT
Beautiful tone to her dress and hat. Her pose looks so natural. Nice work.
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01/12/21 12:16 AM GMT
You nailed the color in my opinion, this is beautiful! tigs=^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
01/12/21 3:18 AM GMT
I think you nailed the color too. Wonder where this beautiful lady was heading all dressed up like that. (but sitting grass, what's that all about?)
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01/12/21 9:31 AM GMT
Rob, when I compare this one with your photographs showing the hardship of people, I can only say: "What a contradiction!".
Excellent portrait of the famous photographer Arnold Genthe.
Genthe has taken more photographs of both Mrs. Rainsford and her family. Here's another one.
Maybe I'm boring by repeating that your colorization has a 'top notch' quality again, but the truth can't be denied, 😁 !
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01/13/21 11:21 AM GMT
Mrs Rainsford looks so very young.
You have done her justice with your marvelous colouring.
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