The curved beauty of Virginia Green by Harrison Marks as she poses on the dressing room set. This shot scanned from the original negative was published back in Kamera No.29 P5 (1960), but was cropped much tighter than this version and also slightly censored for publication. I prefer my wider cropped version as you get to see the back of Virginia in the reflection of the mirror. Although the front view of Virginia is rather nice as well and I love her perfect hourglass figure with slender waist and curved hips, a delicious view of Virginia!
Another shot from this photo set of a nude Virginia Green posing on the dressing room set for Harrison Marks from the pages of Kamera No.29 (1960). I’d says this is towards the end of the set as she started in a long black dressing gown, which has now disappeared. Some retouching in the pubic region, but doesn’t look to be much, although it does look like she wore panties and the lines were retouched out.
A stunning image of Virginia Green that I originally published here, but this is probably the original as it’s not cropped at the sides. Much better quality and you get to see Ann Austin in the photo on the wall, signed by Harrison Marks. This image in it’s cropped version appeared on the last page of Solo no.25 P32 (1960) dedicated to Virginia.
A magnificently posed Virginia Green featuring two of Harrison Marks favourite props, a sheepskin rug and a long black negligee from the pages of Kamera No.29 (1960).
Two things strike me about this image, Virginia has always seems to have perfect lips. Secondly what is going on between her legs! Is that just the sheepskin rug and shadowing, or shoddy retouching that got past the censor! I can’t quite make my mind up, but based on other images of her I’ll go with a trick of the light 🙂
Two shots of Virginia Green posing with mirrors by Harrison Marks and one with a familiar black negligee. Published in either Kamera or Solo No.15 and re-printed in Magnificent Models by Harrison Marks No.3