I LOVE these two photo's of women in their elements, with their style right there on the walls, for all to see...I have always loved it...From the old days of Victorian photographs, and paintings, climbing the walls of the stairwells, to the glamourous Park Avenue gallery walls, of the 60's and 70's. Andy Warhol had 60's era modern gallery walls, with some amazing abstracts thrown in, and in the mid-seventies, there was the rock-chic vibe going strong, with images of musicians, or red glossy lips, or whatever floated that homeowners boat. Images in the early eighties on walls were loaded with black and whites. Of course, all of these periods had there mass-produced catalog moments, like "Nagel", or posters that said "Ireland", or "Italy". It seems though, that we may be turning a corner,(and let me know if you think I am delusional). In the homes of many, not all, but many, I am seeing more personal pieces that are actually from an artist, not a mass produced "art" company...Is it true? Has our taste evolved? Have we picked up the notion from the french, finally, that we should spend a little more on the one thing, (or two, or three, depending on our budget) that makes everything look great, and then save on all the rest? Just like your wardrobe...One piece is all it takes to make the outfit.