Alphabetarion # Dolls | Frank Horvat / Max Dupain / Terry O’Neill / Vincenzo Balocchi

"I never had a chance to play with dolls like other kids. I started working when I was six years old."
Billie Holiday
|Max Dupain, Old dolls resprayed, 1955                                              Caledonian Market, London, 1920s
Vincenzo Balocchi, 1960
France Gall, 1965                                                           Man with his doll tucked under his arm, Paris 1928
F. Scott Fitzgerald with Zelda (armed with doll) and daughter on a liner’s deck, 1925                              
                                                                                       Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec with doll, 1892 ^
Terry O’Neill, Jean Shrimpton, 1964



"I would feel as if I were drugged, sitting there, watching those damned dolls, thinking what a success they would 
have made of their lives if they had been women. Satin skin, silk hair, velvet eyes, sawdust heart - all complete.” 

Jean Rhys, Good Morning, Midnight, 1939

Girl playing school with dolls on porch, 1920

1925                                                   1930s
1910                                                                     Sisters playing with dolls. France, 1955
Frank Horvat, Dolls. Paris, 1956                                                                Child rescuing a doll after floods, United Kingdom, 1953
          Child waits patiently while her dolls get a permanent wave 
     from Vienna barber Josef Kokesch, 1950
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