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2009/43/1-4/10 Photographic prints, black and white, fashion mixed, photographs by Bruno Benini, some styling and props by Hazel Benini, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1955-1985. Click to enlarge.

Box of photographic prints by Bruno Benini

Photographed
White Ilford photographic paper box marked "mixed colour trannies, prints" containing photographic contact prints, from black and white negatives, including portrait of model Janice Wakely with elephants, portrait of Australian artist Janet Dawson in her own evening gown, Janice Wakely with tents on the beach, model Georgia Gold reclining in Hazel Benini's ostrich feather dress (portrait used for a Benini Xmas card), photographs by Bruno Benini, some styling and props by Hazel Benini, Melbourne.

Summary

Object No.

2009/43/1-4/10

Object Statement

Photographic prints, black and white, fashion mixed, photographs by Bruno Benini, some styling and props by Hazel Benini, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1955-1985

Physical Description

White Ilford photographic paper box marked "mixed colour trannies, prints" containing photographic contact prints, from black and white negatives, including portrait of model Janice Wakely with elephants, portrait of Australian artist Janet Dawson in her own evening gown, Janice Wakely with tents on the beach, model Georgia Gold reclining in Hazel Benini's ostrich feather dress (portrait used for a Benini Xmas card), photographs by Bruno Benini, some styling and props by Hazel Benini, Melbourne.

Production

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Harvard

Box of photographic prints by Bruno Benini 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 2 December 2021, <https://ma.as/398909>

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