Portrait “Nina” by Arthur E. Vokes.

Children fashion 1924.  Arthur E. Vokes. Portrait Nina, Water color

Portrait “Nina” 1924

Portrait “Nina” Water color by Arthur E. Vokes (1851-1951).

Art deco children fashion and hairstyle 1924.

Note:  Fin de siècle illustration by Raphael Kirchner

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