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Under the Seagrape: 1941

Under the Seagrape: 1941

March 29, 1941. "James H. McGraw Jr. residence in Hobe Sound, Florida. Patio. Henry Corse, architect." Gottscho-Schleisner photo. View full size.

 

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Studio shot?

For some reason, my interpretation of this shot tends to place it as a "studio set" rather than an actual place, outdoors. I think the shadows(or lack thereof) make it appear that way. Is there an explanation for an ignoramus that can make it understood?

[This is a photo of James McGraw's patio. His house, like most houses, was outdoors, not in a studio. - Dave]

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