Walk to Paradise Garden
 

Walk to Paradise Garden

Poster by W. Eugene Smith

   


  • Most recent comment: Matt says... (Jan 19, 10:42 PM)
    The artist that took the photo is "William Eugene Smith (December 20, 1918, Wichita, Kansas ? October 15, 1978, Tucson, Arizona) was an American photojournalist known for his refusal to compromise professional standards and his brutally vivid World War II photographs." Does this sound like the guy your Mother hired to photograph you and your brother? -M
  • Most recent comment: nancy says... (Jan 19, 12:38 PM)
    I've been looking for this poster for twenty years. I believe with all my heart that the picture is my brother and I in 1944. I saw it for the first time in a mall poster shop but they were out of copies. I was 2 and my brother four and a half. The clothes match the clothes we wore at the time right down to my dress and shoes. If someone can tell me where this was taken and what year it would conform my belief that it is us. My mother had taken us to a professional and then sent most of the pictures to my father. I have very few pictures of my childhood and I am so sure this my be one of them. Thank you.
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  • Matt says... (Jan 19, 10:42 PM)
    The artist that took the photo is "William Eugene Smith (December 20, 1918, Wichita, Kansas ? October 15, 1978, Tucson, Arizona) was an American photojournalist known for his refusal to compromise professional standards and his brutally vivid World War II photographs." Does this sound like the guy your Mother hired to photograph you and your brother? -M
  • nancy says... (Jan 19, 12:38 PM)
    I've been looking for this poster for twenty years. I believe with all my heart that the picture is my brother and I in 1944. I saw it for the first time in a mall poster shop but they were out of copies. I was 2 and my brother four and a half. The clothes match the clothes we wore at the time right down to my dress and shoes. If someone can tell me where this was taken and what year it would conform my belief that it is us. My mother had taken us to a professional and then sent most of the pictures to my father. I have very few pictures of my childhood and I am so sure this my be one of them. Thank you.

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Type: Poster
Item #: 375116
Paper Size: 23.5" x 31.5" (approx.)
Price: $21.00
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