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2011-10-17 07:06:55
In can anyone is wondering, this is a painting.
2011-10-14 05:00:56
If you want to believe what companies write in their brochures, by all means, do so. And all CEOs on Wall Street were Robin Hoods
2011-10-13 23:00:01
This photo and the other shots of the interior of the Stratocruiser were taken from the September, 1945, issue of Boeing's in-house magazine. That issue contained a several-page article on the new airliner with numerous photos and a few drawings and charts. There is even a discussion of the photos, how they were taken, the kinds of clothes the models wore, etc. If anyone is really interested in knowing the actual truth of this matter, Google 'Stratocruiser' and you should be able to find the magazine article fairly quickly and determine for yourself whether this is a photo or not. If, on the other hand, you're just interested in continuing to assert your opinion without regard for the actual facts, you needn't bother to do the search, and may just keep repeating your mistaken belief that this is a painting.
2011-10-13 21:03:59
Putting aside all the rhetoric - this is a painting. The hair styles are a mix of the 40s and 50s with a span of about 10 years - which is interesting. Women, especially the ones who could fly in those days (very expensive), did not have outdated hairstyles.
2011-10-13 14:17:51
The user commenting as Hair Stlyist, Gone Tomorrow and Was Yesterday displays the arrogance of the profoundly uninformed. That is, one so ignorant as to be unaware of the depth and extent of his ignorance. He's the kind of loudmouth people go out of their way to avoid at parties or other social settings...the person no one wants to sit next to at dinner. He ( or possibly she ) thinks that by making statements forcefully and rudely he will impress people with his superior knowledge and understanding. What he actually does is make everyone aware of his ( or her ) intellectual inferiority and emotional immaturity.
2011-10-13 08:04:56
I think I know who you are oh great rude one, and it's you who is wrong but only because your a cranky ole, but you made my point again, that the women had hairstyles from the fifties and forties, because some cling to the old styles. As for the windows or any other part of the photograph, that's what colorAzation does it makes it look like a painting.
2011-10-13 07:47:18
Colorization not colorazation. You're not only wrong, but stupid. Look at the windows, especially the ones on the right! The hairstyle of the woman at the bottom right is strictly pre and post-war - late 40s at the very latest. The other women's hairstyles are from the 1950s..
2011-10-13 07:29:59
Gone tomorrow is not only rude, but wrong. This is not a painting, it is a colorazation of a photograph. a common practice in those days, and still being done today. As for the hairstyles, take a look at the women in old telivision shows like I love lucy, or the honeymooners, many of the hair styles from the forties spilled over into the fifties.
2011-10-13 07:03:20
It's not a photo, it's a painting you dumb ass. Thank you for telling us that 'c' means 'circa' and 'what 'circa' means. Obviously we're all so stupid that we needed the explanation!
2011-10-13 00:35:18
The photo may well have been taken in the late 1940's since the Stratocruiser began servcie as a commercial airliner in the late 1940's. That little c. before a date means 'circa' which means 'about' or 'near' so c.1950 could mean the early 50's or late '40's.
2011-10-12 22:00:19
The artist who painted this picture probably had no idea about fashion in the old days
2011-10-12 11:05:43
The lady in lower right of pict; I don't recall seeing that hair style in the 1950's. Looks more like the 1930's or 40's. (? ? ? )