PORTRAIT OF AN ADORABLE LITTLE GIRL HUGGING HER DOLL (AIN’T SHE SWEET)

This vintage photograph is sweet. The photo features a young girl hugging her doll. The child has beautiful eyes and a wonderful smile. She looks so sweet. Interestingly, both she and her doll have bangs that look very much alike. The girl is wearing a pretty sweater. This color photograph is a former resident of a photo album. It is evident that the image was once held in place in an album by photo corners. This photograph found it’s way to me from Argentina. The photo measures about 3.5″ x 7.5″ and is in very good condition (see scans).

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Buy this Vintage Photograph (includes shipping within the US) #3338

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Buy this Vinatage Photograph (includes International shipping outside the US) 3338

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Published in: on December 16, 2020 at 12:00 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Sweet is the perfect word! Do you think this is an early color photo, or a hand painted one? The colors are so delicate, just like the subject.

    • I am thinking that this is an early color photo and not a hand-painted one. However, that’s just a guess. The technical aspects of photography is absolutely not my strong suit. Perhaps a visitor to this blog entry will be able to shed some light on the topic for both of us.


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