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Advertising shot showing gas cooker

Photograph
ca. 1935 (Photographed)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

A mounted colour photograph of a standing woman wearing a blue flower print dress holding a brown ceramic serving dish while turning on a gas oven.


Object details

Categories
Object type
Titles
  • Advertising shot showing gas cooker (generic title)
  • Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey (series title)
Materials and techniques
Vivex print
Brief description
Photograph by Colour Photographs Limited, 'Adverstising shot showing gas cooker', Vivex colour print, ca. 1935
Physical description
A mounted colour photograph of a standing woman wearing a blue flower print dress holding a brown ceramic serving dish while turning on a gas oven.
Dimensions
  • Paper height: 41cm
  • Mount width: 31cm
Marks and inscriptions
  • 'COPYRIGHT / VIVEX NATURAL COLOUR PHOTOGRAPH WHEN RE-ORDERING PLEASE QUOTE / A828/8/OBE / VIVEX NATURAL COLOUR PHOTOGRAPH BY COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS LIMITED Process of COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS LTD, Victoria Rd., London, N.W. 10 Te. Wil.: 7300' (ink stamps, pencil)
  • 'ANON WOMEN IN KITCHEN C.1935 / Unknown Pleasures, NMPFT, Jan-Mar 2003' (pencil, verso, mount)
Credit line
The Royal Photographic Society Collection at the V&A, acquired with the generous assistance of the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Art Fund
Subjects depicted
Place depicted
Other numbers
  • 23455 - Royal Photographic Society number
  • 15383 - RPS identifier - inventory no.
  • A9 - RPS identifier - box number
  • 2003-5001-2-20186 - Science Museum Group accession number
Collection
Accession number
RPS.1088-2022

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Record createdOctober 31, 2022
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