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Mary Evans New Collection - Jazz Age Club




Step back with Mary Evans Picture Library, if you will, to a time of glitz and glamour; dance and decadence; when hemlines rose upwards, cocktails flowed downwards and the Charleston reigned. The Jazz Age Club is based on the collection of contributor Gary Chapman, an expert on the cabaret scene during the inter-war years, who runs the popular blog of the same name. Gary has published widely on key figures from this dazzling era including the Dolly Sisters and, most recently, the costume designer Dolly Tree. Mary Evans are delighted to represent the Jazz Age Club’s extensive image collection which is a visual treat with its eye-popping mix of theatre programmes, art deco covers and spectacular costume designs all populated by a colourful cast of dancers, chanteuses, band leaders and chorus girls. Alongside cabaret stars such as Josephine Baker, Mistinguett and Irene Castle, the Jazz Age Club collection also encompasses other glamorous aspects of this era - smart holiday destinations, hotels and restaurants, fashion plates and a variety of illuminating advertisements and illustrations taken from period magazines including Theatre World, Dancing World, Eve and the somewhat risqu? Paris Plaisirs. Don your dancing shoes and discover this simply spiffing collection today.

You can view an edited selection here or see the entire collection here. And do get in touch with Mary Evans Picture Library if you can’t find what you’re looking for online, either by email at pictures@maryevans.com or by telephone on 020 8318 0034.

Website: www.maryevans.com

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It's Holiday Card Time from Danita Delimont
For those of you thinking about licencing images for holiday cards, the famous travel specialist library Danita Delimont has lots to choose from.

Everett Collection Continues Partnership with StockIndexOnline
The major entertainment image archive, representing current and classic film, celebrity red carpet, music, poster art and television continues its association with StockIndexOnline, the portal for the best images on the internet.

2018 Haunted Realm Wall Calendar Released
Sir Simon Marsden's photography of eerie, spiritual places, strange ruins and graveyards is still his own genre. The Marsden Archive have released their latest calendar, showing a new set of Sir Simon Marsden's images.

Win 500 Quid in robertharding’s ‘Inspiring Travel’ Photo Competition!
robertharding’s excited to launch their ‘Inspiring Travel’ photo competition in collaboration with Photocrowd.

Mary Evans Features Royal College of Nursing Images
The Royal College of Nursing archive is a unique collection of photographs capturing British nurses and nursing from the 1900s to the later 20th century. The images come from many sources: personal papers, official RCN group photographs, records of events such as graduations and prize-givings by early news services, or portraits by studio photographers.

Ardea Features Photographer Thomas Dressler
Thomas Dressler has been one of the mainstays of Ardea's wildlife and landscape photography for many years. New submissions revealing the beauty of the world captured by his lens and his imagination depict aerial photography and his love of African wildlife which shows the animals from a completely different perspective.

Fire Dance - Contacting the Spirit World From NaturePL
NaturePL are sharing some amazing stills and footage of the Baining Fire Dance from Roy Mangersnes and Richard Sidey. They had the intense experience of witnessing this elaborate ritual in Papua New Guinea, in which men of the Baining tribe dance around and through the fire wearing elaborate animal masks, in order to contact and enter the spirit world.

Have a Spooky All Hallows' Eve!
Danita Delimont, the travel and nature specialist picture and footage library celebrates All Hallows' Eve in style, by putting a selection of appropriately gothic or unsettling images online probably delivered by witches on broomsticks.

Launching Sirius – Agency Exclusive Photography – View Now!
The leading travel and nature library robertharding have just released a new and exclusive collection of nature and travel photography onto the visual media sector. Called Sirius, it has unique, professionally-curated content hand-chosen to make a visual impact, saving photo buyers hours of research.

Danita Delimont is at Visual Connections New York this Week
Visual Connections is coming up this week and the travel specialist photolibrary is headed to NYC for this fun and interesting industry trade show! This will be their 17th year in a row attending since it first began under the guise of Picture House.

New Travel Library Picturemycity Joins StockIndexOnline
We are pleased to welcome another new member to the premium specialist stock image portal: Picturemycity Ltd is a London-based photographic travel image licencing library specialising in global city and travel images.

Science Photo Library Sales Force Expands to North America
Science Photo Library (SPL) is delighted to introduce Nan Halperin as Business Development Manager for North America. Nan will focus on building strong relationships across North America and is looking forward to working with new clients to introduce them to SPL’s unique content.

Report Digital Makes Waves with Storm Ophelia Images
The news specialists have put up images of this week's terrifying Storm Ophelia on their blog, showing the power of the waves hitting a lighthouse and seawall, Porthcawl, South Wales.

Ölgii’s spectacular Golden Eagle Festival
Robert Harding blogs about this amazing festival in Western Mongolia, where around a hundred eagle hunters gather every October to demonstrate their art at this incredible annual festival, the ‘rodeo of eagle hunting’. It was featured in a recent documentary called “The Eagle Huntress”.

Stocktrek’s New Website Design Lifts Off with a 25% Discount
Stocktrek Images has revamped its website with the emphasis on a new appearance to enhance its customer interaction. With the client’s approach to licensing images changing significantly in the past years, Stocktrek has developed this new website to incorporate the requirements and demands of today’s visual media users.

Picha Upgrades Website with New Features and 20% off New Stock
Picha specialises in Royalty-Free Photos From Africa which are aimed at marketing and communication campaigns. They have installed a complete revamp of their website with many improvements and are offering 20% off new stock.

Trick or Treat - Creepy Picture Library News from Royal Museums Greenwich
Royal Museums Greenwich celebrates Halloween in its own spooky way with a selection of creepy images of Punch and Judy puppets from their outstanding collection: an authentic view into the world of the violent morality tale.

Danita Delimont Continues Link with StockIndexOnline
The global travel, animals and ecology photolibrary continues its partnership with the worlds only portal for premium specialist visual content: StockIndexOnline. We welcome this outstanding collection and its ongoing interaction with picture researchers and buyers on our platform.

Bridgeman Images - Your Visual Guide to WWI
War Art from Bridgeman's extensive collection. The art specialist library is focusing on the end of World War One, originally called the “Great War”, which was a global conflict and caused huge damage and casualties, although it was centred on Europe.

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