An autochrome of her daughters dressed in Japanese-style outfits, taken by Etheldreda Janet Laing in 1908. They both have flowers in their hair, which is dressed in typical geisha 'Shimada' fashion. More flower stems lie across their robes.¿ In the summer of 1908 Laing took a series of autochrome portraits of her children at the family home
This artwork is a photography from the belle epoque period. It belongs to the family portrait styles and photographic portrait styles.
This Artwork is sold in open-edition.