Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions May 31, 2019 by Robert J. Avrech 3 Comments James Stewart, early 1940′s“The great thing about the movies is you’re giving people little, tiny pieces of time that they never forget.” Twiggy, 1967 Photo Richard Avedon, coat by Emeric Partos, paint by Giorgio Sant’ Angelo, New York, April 14, 1967 Avedon Foundation Photo by Rodney Smith Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973)Femme en bleu (Woman in blue)1901Oil on canvas133 x 100 cmMadrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reine Sofía© Succession Picasso / 2018, ProLitteris, Zurich Polish poster for Seven Samurai by Andrzej Pagowski Bugatti Type 57S Aerolithe, 1935. “At Metro [MGM], you practically had to go to the front office if you wanted something as real as having your hair mussed. All automobiles were shiny, a picture never hung crooked, a door never squeaked, stocking seams were always straight and no actress ever had a shiny nose.”—Mary Astor Painting by Tobi Kahn Eugene Robert RicheeCarole Lombard, ca. 1937 Women’s Elgin Parisienne from the late 1920s George Platt LynesFashion Photograph for Lord and Taylor, 1940 Photo by Rodney Smith “Fashion should not be expected to serve in the stead of courage or character.”—Loretta Young Denton Corker Marshall, View Hill House, 2012, Yarra Valley, Victoria, Australia. Photo by Rob Deutscher via Flickr. Aaron Siskind: Chicago 13, 1952 Helen FrankenthalerTahiti, 1989Mixografia Print on Handmade Paper32 × 54 in Marlene Dietrich kisses a GI from the 2nd Infantry Division on his return to New York on July 20, 1945. Omer CounterCongregation Shearith Israel, 1730 Yale JoelExcellent set in Clarksville during spring with kids playing, 1953 Lielle Meital wishes all our friends and relatives a lovely and inspirational Shabbat.