“I knew I really didn’t look that good, and that Edward had glorified me,” Ms. Wilson said later, as recounted in The Model Wife, a 1999 study by Arthur Ollman of nine photographers and their images of their wives, “but it was a very pleasant thing to be glorified and I couldn’t wait to go back for more."
went to a wonderful lecture today.
john maruoka spoke on the work of
charis wilson (above) served as
writer, it seems) for mr. weston. they
were married from 1939 to 1946.
mr. maruoka's lecture was far more
illuminating than this post, but
i'd have to unscramble my notes
to share that with you. hope the
links will suffice, for now.
quote, post title: here