‘The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s’
In the NYR Daily, Christopher Benfey writes, “In ‘The Jazz Age’ you can see, close up, the corset-free Coco Chanel dresses the female partygoers wear in Stettheimer’s paintings; their chic cigarette holders and African-themed giraffe bracelets; the sleek divans they lounge on in the moonlight in Stettheimer’s Heat (1919); even the cars that took them uptown to Harlem for some fashionable slumming.”
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