Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions May 11, 2018 by Robert J. Avrech 5 Comments “It’s no use talking to me about art, I make pictures to pay the rent.“—John Ford Irving PennFrozen FoodsNew York City, 1977 A 1929 portrait of Dolores del Rio by Edward Steichen “A Young Woman Warming Her Hands Over a Brazier” (c. 1650) by Caesar van Everdingenoil on canvash 97 cm × w 81 cm × d 8 cmRijksmuseum, Amsterdam Alfred Hitchcock, 1948, photo by Irving Penn Hans Holbein the Younger c. 1527Anne Cresacre “When we did a scene together, we forgot about technique, camera angles, and microphones. We weren’t acting. We were just two people in perfect harmony. Myrna [Loy], unlike some actresses who think only of themselves, has the happy faculty of being able to listen while the other fellow says his lines. She has the give and take of acting that brings out the best.“—William Powell Donald JuddChair, 1984Douglas fir30 × 15 × 15 in Jean Shrimpton wears a stiffened net picture hat by Madame Paulette, 1963, in a photo by John French The Bovet Récital 22 Grand Récital wristwatch (limited edition of 60 pieces total) in 18k red gold can be yours for $469,800. Artist’s signatures, top to bottom: Titian, Leonardo da Vinci, Albrecht Durer, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Raphael. “Well, I think one of the main things that you have to think about when acting in the movies is to try not to make the acting show.”—James Stewart Master of the Female Half-Lengths (circa 1500–1530)A Girl Playing the Luteoil on canvas1530 Irving PennJean Patchett in Bed on Telephone, 1949 Isaac Israëls (1865–1934)“Gertie in a Fur Coat”Nederlandscirca, 1916-1918oil on canvasHeight: 60 cm (23.6 in); Width: 40 cm (15.7 in) Irving Penn and his wife, model Lisa Fonssagrives, 1951, photo by Horst P. Horst Itzhak LuvatonStone Omer Counter Livia Yarden wishes all our friends and relatives a lovely and inspirational Shabbat.