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Old 05-14-2017, 10:01 AM   #121
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Additional to the earlier comments about Lilo Korenjak here & the following two posts, of possible interest is the credit of pics. of the Larry Caye model Fawn Littlebear to Lilo Korenjak in Fiesta 08-09, 1974-09, see here. I had assumed the pics. might be by Caye himself because of their emphasis upon natural textures (#2), which seemed to feature in some of his work, but in Caye's catalogues he refers to the photog. by the somewhat unusual "our photographer". Does he mean it was by someone else or is he simply referring to himself in the third person? He also says the pics. were taken in Arizona.
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So, were these pics. perhaps taken by Caye himself but then on-sold to Lilo Korenjak, who then got them published in Fiesta? Or did Lilo Korenjak take them whilst visiting/holidaying/working in Arizona?

The fact that Fiesta printed "Photographs from Lilo Korenjak" rather than by Lilo Korenjak, perhaps implies the former scenario?

Other pictorials in that same issue of Fiesta used the term "by" for the photog. credits:

Sara was "Photographed by J. Unger"
Zoe was "Photographed by Roy Brewington"

& two other sets seem to lack any photog. credits.

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Old 05-18-2017, 02:39 PM   #122
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Lena Mellstrom from Male Annual, 1976, thanks to Al.
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The above is another example of a setting I've been associating with Hans Larsson | Rupert Daines | John Marvin--i.e. in some other pics. showing the "lumpy" outdoor plaster walls, etc.

Note the red sun lounger discussed earlier here.

Also note the skirting protector & flooring in this pic. of Lucy Lunn.
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That pic. is part of the same set I've earlier discussed in terms of its associations with those photog. names here--i.e. there is no photog. credit in the mag. but there are too many similarities in the settings to be simply coincidental.
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The pic. on the left from Smart (De), 1979-10, is credited within that mag. to Korenjak.
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The model has recently been deemed to be Geneva Lombardi, but more importantly--well, here anyway--the setting is clearly one used by Larry Caye as shown here with others pics/sets of Geneva Lombardi, whom Caye named as Geneva Albert.
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So what? Well, it may be further evidence that the work of Larry Caye was on-sold within Europe by Lilo Korenjak, i.e. it may prove to have been a regular pathway? See earlier discussion of Lilo Korenjak and Caye here.

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