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Art prints & frames, handmade in England since 1982

Vogue July 1957

Art print by Eugene Vernier #436317

About the artist


Eugene Vernier joined the staff at British Vogue in the late fifties on strong recommendation from Alexander Liberman, the legendary art director of American Vogue. During the war he had worked for Pathé News and the Free French and as a photographer, brought a journalistic eye to his fashion work as well as a passion for dogs, horses and cars.

To complement these stunning prints, both timeless and elegant in their appearance, they look beautiful framed simply in black.

Eugene Vernier