- ca 1920
- Webb, Steffano Francis Pavlovich, 1880-1967
View of a new bathroom. Visible are the bath, wash basin, corner table, towels and towel rail, mirror, lightshade, and curtains. The lower part of the walls are covered with plain white tiles; the upper walls are papered.
Photograph taken by Steffano Francis Webb, ca 1920s.
"A "state of the art" bathroom for its time. The essential bath-tub and hand basin are complemented with accessories. A table and stool stand in one corner of the room with a large mirror on the wall above. There are cupboards above the basin and a fancy lightshade overhead. There is a scatter rug on the floor. The curtained recess leads to the shower." (Information from caption used in "Darling, I'm home!" display).
Exhibited in 'Darling, I'm Home!' exhibition at the National Library of New Zealand, 1 June - 5 July 1999.
Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).
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- Webb, Steffano, 1880-1967: Collection of negatives
- 1 b&w original negative(s), Negatives
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