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Golden Age Cinema Market Bags. Marilyn on one side and Elizabeth on the other. Reusable illustrated market shopping bag 40cm x 40cm. Made from heavy woven polypropylene with reinforced handles. #marketbag
Today we spent some time with Andy Warhol’s “Silver Liz as Cleopatra” - this is a piece completed in 1963, and is currently on display at the @agotoronto 🏛
This specific painting portrays actress Elizabeth Taylor as the lead role of Cleopatra, the highest grossing film of 1963. 🎞
Silver paint, silkscreen ink and pencil on linen were all used in union to achieve the final result. 🖋
When you read more about the meaning of this piece, fascination will be upon thee...
Please let me know your thoughts?
Cleo' Sees 'Cleo'. London: (August 19, 1963) Elizabeth Taylor is shown arriving at the Dominion Theatre to see the movie, Cleopatra, in which she stars. It was the first time Miss Taylor has seen the film as she did not attend the charity premiere. This was a private showing and due to the bad press and threats She received, Elizabeth did not attend the films major premiers. The Russian Bolshi Dancers where also in attendance with Elizabeth seen here with Russian Ballerina Raisa Stuchkova. #elizabethtaylor#cleopatra1963#raisastuchkova#dominiontheatre#london#dior
Elizabeth Taylor // "I found quite early on that...I did my best work by being guided, not by being forced. And I suppose that really is just the child in me, wanting to be allowed to grow and develop at my instinctual sort of pace."
Most of you don't know that before moving to Hawaii, I worked in Hollywood for House of Taylor Jewelry. Yup, that's Dame Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry line 👑 When I left CA to move to HI, I was definitely having Diamond 💎 withdrawals. One day, (10 years ago! 😱) I found some glorious Vintage Rhinestone clip-on earrings in an Antique Shop & knew this was my way to add bling to my jewelry line. It took some time, but I came up with a distinct method for attaching these glittery finds to my beadwork, & thus became the Vintage Collection by Lola Florence! Enjoy! 🤗 #lolaflorencejewelry#vintagenecklace#upcyledjewelry
Giant (George Stevens, 1956)
Giant is a overbearingly long western, covering a near-life-long family story of a Texas rancher. Even though it’s nearly 4 hours long, I wouldn’t call it an “epic” since the story of Giant has the broad scope but it lacks the depth and the conciseness. The sense of time passing, the vacillating family dynamic, and the associated social changes (more importantly the unchanged, like the racism) are the main themes here, together the film demonstrates the disillusionment (in James Dean’s character Jett, a local handyman-turned oil tycoon who finds only emptiness in his wealth), the realization (in Rock Hudson’s role of the macho patriarchal rancher Bick who gradually “adapts” his progressive role as a husband, father, and eventually grandfather), and the quality of resoluteness (in Elizabeth Taylor’s role Leslie who represents the insurgent voice in a courteous manner). The disparate acting style between Dean and Hudson supplements the sense of rivalry of their respective characters, while Taylor is the nature of equilibrium in between. I’m not entirely impressed by the story nor the aging make-up, but nonetheless George Stevens‘s eloquent execution and the powerful performance by the three leads are adequate enough to appraise the film appealing.
Rating: ★ ★ ★