Description Adapted from a photo illustration in a 1932 issue of True Confessions magazine. Photographer unattributed. A woman reclines on a sofa, a pensive and yearning expression on her face. From the story 'Folly After Forty'. Text reads: 'Folly After Forty. Which was the guilty one? The love-starved wife -- the husband -- the intruder? A story of a woman's fear of facing middle age. [in smaller letters:] I had found my first grey hair. I shivered. I mustn't let myself grow old -- ever. Not when HE was so young -- so vital!'
Arcanium Antiques, In the past Member Since June 2008 Artist Statement Arcanium Antiques offers vintage and retro images by a variety of artists. These portals to the past -- strange, funny, and beautiful -- have been lovingly culled from our extensive collections of paper ephemera and intriguing objects. In many cases, the originals are also for sale; please contact us if you are interested.