Cary Grant, Actor, 1932
This photograph of Cary Grant was taken in his garden. Imogen went to Holly wood to photograph for Vanity Fair in 1932. In an interview Imogen said:
"And Cary Grant, I remember, I didn't like his house. I put a light, on the back of a chair. You know, using the chair as a tripod you might say. And he said, if you'd like that, take it with you, I have no use for it. It was so hideous. He didn't like his furniture - it was rented. And, so - I got so annoyed by the inside that I took him out in the garden, against a wall of bricks, whitewashed. This is the Cary Grant against the wall, and it's the best one I did of him. But still, it's just spotty sunshine."
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