The Suffragette Who Turned British Society Ladies Into Greek Goddesses

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Although ubiquitous now, colour wasn’t always celebrated in the photography world. Colour photography wasn’t considered art nor was it a technique used by serious photographers, especially since autochrome colour photos in 1907 faded quickly. It was Madame Yevonde’s work that changed Britain’s stance on colour photography five years after getting acquainted with the more reliable Vivex technique in 1930. One of her most famous exhibits was Goddesses, where she photographed British society ladies in costumes inspired by iconic women from Greek mythology all in bold, breathtaking colour. Read full article here

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