Sitter: Mrs Frederick Daniel Green, later Lady Green née Helen Stewart ().
Biog: Daughter of John Murray Stewart, of Stravon, Lanarkshire; m. (1922), as his 2nd wife, Sir Frederick Daniel Green, Kt. (cr 1928).
Occasion: The Court, 8 May 1928: presented by Lady Joynson-Hicks.
Location: The Lafayette Studio, 160 New Bond Street, London, W.
Descr: FL seated.
Costume: Court dress:
"Picturesque gown of rich ivory satin duchesse with delicate embroideries in varied tones of blue, clustered with aquamarine jewelling. Manteau de cour of cloth of silver embossed with graceful lines of trailing laurel leaves, entirely bordered with silver Venetian lace, lined velour de Lyon in pastel aquamarine. Ornaments: Famous Scotch pearls, tiara of pearls and diamonds, and corsage ornament of aquamarines and diamonds" (The Morning Post, 9 May 1928, p 7a).
Costume Supplier: Reville-Terry, 50 Grosvenor Street, London, W.
Jewellery: Scotch pearls; tiara of pearls and diamonds; corsage ornament of aquamarines and diamonds.
Furniture & Props: Painted backdrop.
Photographer: Lafayette Ltd., 160 New Bond Street, London.
Evidence of photographer at work: -
No of poses: 4.
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Occasion: The Morning Post, 10 May 1928, p 5c.
Costume: The Morning Post, 9 May 1928, p 7a.
Costume Supplier: The Morning Post, 9 May 1928, p 7a.
Jewellery: The Morning Post, 9 May 1928, p 7a.
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