Greta Garbo in “The Temptress” (1926)

The Temptress is a (1926) American silent romantic drama film directed by Fred Niblo starring Greta Garbo. The story opens in Paris at a masquerade ball where the unhappy Elena (Garbo) meets Manuel Robledo (Antonio Moreno), an Argentine engineer. After removing their masks, they spend the night together in a park and they fall in love under the stars. They declare their love for one another, with Manuel giving her a ring, before departing …

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Ruth Harriet Louise, Greta Garbo in “The Temptress”, 1926 via

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Ruth Harriet Louise, Greta Garbo in “The Temptress”, 1926 via

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Ruth Harriet Louise, Greta Garbo in “The Temptress”, 1926 via

Beautiful Greta Garbo for Queen Christina (1933)

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Portrait of Greta Garbo for Queen Christina directed by Rouben Mamoulian, 1933. Photo by Clarence Sinclair Bull via

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Portrait of Greta Garbo for Queen Christina directed by Rouben Mamoulian, 1933. Photo by Clarence Sinclair Bull via

Graceful and Elegant Photos of Greta Garbo by Cecil Beaton (1946)

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Greta Garbo by Cecil Beaton, 1946 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby’s London via

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Greta Garbo by Cecil Beaton, 1946 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby’s London via

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Greta Garbo by Cecil Beaton, 1946 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby’s London via

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Greta Garbo by Cecil Beaton, 1946 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby’s London via

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Greta Garbo by Cecil Beaton, 1946 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby’s London via

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Greta Garbo by Cecil Beaton, 1946 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby’s London via

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Greta Garbo by Cecil Beaton, 1946 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby’s London via

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Greta Garbo by Cecil Beaton, 1946 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby’s London via

A Collection of Photos feat. Greta Garbo by Ruth Harriet Louise (1920s)

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Ruth Harriet Louise, Greta Garbo, The Torrent 1925 via

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Ruth Harriet Louise, Greta Garbo, Love, 1927 via

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Ruth Harriet Louise, Greta Garbo in “The Mysterious Lady”, 1928 via

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Ruth Harriet Louise, Greta Garbo, The Temptress, 1926 via

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Ruth Harriet Louise Greta Garbo, The Single Standard, 1929 via

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Ruth Harriet Louise, Greta Garbo, A Woman of Affairs, 1929 via

Old Hollywood Film Stars by Edward Steichen

Edward Jean Steichen (1879 – 1973) was an American photographer, painter, and art gallery and museum curator.

Steichen was the most frequently featured photographer in Alfred Stieglitz’ groundbreaking magazine Camera Work during its run from 1903 to 1917. Together Stieglitz and Steichen opened the Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession, which eventually became known as 291 after its address.

His photos of gowns for the magazine Art et Décoration in 1911 are regarded as the first modern fashion photographs ever published. From 1923 to 1938, Steichen was a photographer for the Condé Nast magazines Vogue and Vanity Fair while also working for many advertising agencies includingJ. Walter Thompson. During these years, Steichen was regarded as the best known and highest paid photographer in the world. In 1944, he directed the war documentary The Fighting Lady, which won the 1945 Academy Award for Best Documentary.

After World War II, Steichen was Director of the Department of Photography at New York’s Museum of Modern Art until 1962. While at MoMA, he curated and assembled the exhibit The Family of Man, which was seen by nine million people

Gloria Swanson by Edward Steichen, 1924 via

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Anna Mae Wong by Edward Steichen, 1931 via

Marlene Dietrich by Edward Steichen, 1932 via

Joan Crawford in a dress by Schiaparelli, 1932; photo by Edward Steichen

Joan Crawford by Edward Steichen via

Lillian Gish by Edward Steichen, 1934 via

Greta Garbo by Edward Steichen, 1928 via