A beautiful studio shot of Maria Clarence by Harrison Marks, but what a strange position! I can’t decide if she’s stood leaning back or kneeling. The creases at her waist do suggest she is leaning back and it does help highlight her figure. Just a very odd stance 🙂
Another photo from a set of 1960’s photo’s sent over by John from Oxxbridge, this time with a familiar model in the form of Maria Clarence. A beautiful shot of Maria posing on a sofa covered with a blue silk sheet with slightly lighter and red hair than normal, although saying that I’ve not seen many colour shots of her before this one. I love the sheer black top that almost allows you to see everything in this shot, which does eventually come off! I’ll post the full set soon, but a great sheer shot of Maria!
Maria Clarence beautiful and bare from an original negative scan, with the published retouched version of this shot appearing in Kamera No.46 P15 (1962). Her first appearance was in Kamera No.45 (1962) and further photos were published in issues No.46, 47, 48, 50, 55, 56, 60, 61, 66 & No.75. She also appeared in Kamera Special No.3 and six pages in the hardback book ‘She Walks in Beauty’. Maria was chosen for the 1962 Cornwall location shoot and a total of nearly eighty photographs of Maria were published including duos taken with Margaret Nolan and Jane Mathews. There are two known sets of 35mm Colour Slides of Maria, No’s 24 and No.32 with Margaret Nolan from the Cornwall shoot.
A beauty and bare shot of Maria in the studio, but those hairy arms are evident again, but not a lot of hair anywhere else!
A shot of the beautiful Maria Clarence posing nude sat atop a dressing table from a huge set of 42 images of her posing in different rooms around a house. This shot is one of 10 of her posing in what seems to be a dressing room area. A stunning shot of her, but I’ve said it before, didn’t she have hairy arms!