Mrs. Amory Carhart by Irving Penn (1947)

The photograph titled “Mrs. Amory Carhart” is an artistic work captured by Irving Penn in New York, 1947. The image is a black and white photograph that features a woman dressed in an elaborate bridal gown with a full skirt and a long, ornate veil. She is portrayed standing in what appears to be a corner with muted backdrops that accentuate the textures of her dress and the soft, reflective quality of the fabric. Her pose is poised yet somber, with her hands clasped in front of her. There’s an interesting contrast of elegance and a slight disarray, highlighted by the coiled rope on the floor, which adds an unexpected element to the otherwise formal and refined setting.

Other Photographs from Irving Penn

Scroll to Top