We Ain’t Misbehaving when we think back to the music of Fats Waller and Louis Armstrong.

They were entertainers sweeping people off their feet as they swayed to the soulful and intoxicating sounds of Hollywood during the Golden Age.

Every Tuesday, WomanScape features a few specially curated products on our site that give a nod to our weekly theme. We have curated these art-filled history books knowing they drive you to shop.

WomanScape Feature Books:

This week’s latest book suggestions revolve around the Director’s Chair:

For the book-lover historian in your life, here are few good books from this week to consider. They take you back in time providing insight into the life of Dorothy Arnzer, a trailblazing woman making movies when women were shut out of directing roles in America’s 1920’s and 1930’s.

If you’re still catching up on what you missed from last week, these New York Times bestselling books by Fiona Davis are perfect.

All three of Davis’ fictional stories take place at a historical New York City landmarks, with each providing unique and fascinating tales about women in history overcoming great obstacles.

Old Hollywood photographs:

Last week, our spotlight on women making history featured Helen Dryden, an illustrator made famous by her fantastical Vogue cover art. This Tuesday, we’re moving from Vogue covers and photographs of women who stepped in front of Hollywood cameras.

Consider adding a Director’s Chair to your She-Shed or a special place in your home. You can personalize it so no one else takes your seat and use it to reviews the prints below. If you’re interested in purchasing any of these photographs, follow this link to ARICA HILTON INTERNATIONAL. Prices are provided on request.

Brigitte Bardot with Paparazzi during the filming of Viva Maria” 1965

JULIAN WASSER “Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher at the Oscars” 1961

Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty

Julian Wasser “Marilyn Monroe from Some Like it Hot” 1959

Terry O’Neill featuring Brigette Bardot Cigar in Deauville” 1968

TERRY O’NEILL Faye Dunaway “Oscar Ennui” 1977
Faye Dunaway at the pool of the Beverly Hills Hotel the morning after she won the Oscar for NETWORK.

Rose McInerney

Rose McInerney

Rose combines her love of all things artfully-designed to connect women to a shared community of learning and a richer, more fulfilled self. As a passionate storyteller, published writer, and international traveler, Rose believes women can build a better world through powerful storytelling.

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