George Hoyningen-Huene

<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b></p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Model (Bettina Jones) wearing a Schiaparelli Pinafore evening dress of cire satin with a bow on the side and a low</i>, 1930.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Evening dress and cape by Paton</i>, 1936.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Katherine Hepburn</i>, 1934.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Serge Lifar</i>, 1930.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b></p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Lee Miller, Paris</i>, 1930.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Evening Wear by Jay Thrope</i>, 1936.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Lisa Fonssagrives</i>, late 1930s.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Six Bathers (Including Horst), Swimwear by Patou</i>, 1930.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Jean Patou swimsuit</i>, 1929.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Forty inch fur collar</i>.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Horst Torso, Paris</i>, 1931.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Resort Fashion by Charles James,</i>, Harper's Bazaar, January 1941.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Toto Koopman, Evening Dress by Augusta Bernard</i>, Vogue, 1933.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Bettina Jones, Beachwear by Schiaparelli</i>, 1928.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Model Agneta Fischer in Bathing suits by Elsa Schiaparelli</i>, Vogue, 1931.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, for Vogue, 1929. Hat by Maria Guy, dress by Schiaparelli.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>(Madeline) Vionnet, Crepe Romain Pajamas II, Paris</i>, 1931. Miss Sonia model.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Henri Cartier-Bresson</i>, circa 1933.</p>
<p><b>George Hoyningen-Huene</b>, <i>Horst and Models, Swimwear by Lelong</i>, 1929.</p>
1900 , d. 1968

Born in St. Petersberg to Baltic nobleman and American mother, family fled during Russian Revolution. George settled in Paris, took up art and fashion illustration, and teamed up with Man Ray for a time to recruit beautiful women for a portfolio. This led to work for Vogue, which led to fashion photography with neoclassical style. Met Horst P. Horst, who became his frequent model and flame. Worked in Paris, New York, and Hollywood, with travels to Africa and the Middle East.

time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

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