Grace Kelly - From Daughter to Star to Princess Grace Kelly has been the subject of numerous photographs, but none has been as true to her beauty and grace as this unposed shot captured by renowned photographer Mr. Ralph Holloway.
News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - During the fabulous 50’s, there was a personage that was to become the reigning queen of Hollywood––the beautiful Grace Kelly of Philadelphia, Pa. In 1955 she won the Academy Award for her part in Country Girl. In 1956 she became Her Serene Highness The Princess of Monaco. The charming, lovely daughter from Philly had become a Princess! Was there not a little girl in the country who did not admire her and dream also of being a princess?
Scarlett Dreams. . . Gifts. . . And Home Decor , a website with Tias.com, now has available a photograph of this beautiful woman in an unposed shot that has captured her beauty and serene grace. She is wearing her signature, classic head-cover of a silk scarf crossed under the chin with the ends trailing over her shoulders.
This photograph of Princess Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier was taken by renowned photographer Ralph B. Holloway. It was taken in 1968 in San Antonio, Texas at the World's Fair. She was in town doing a ribbon cutting for the opening of a Neiman Marcus Store.
She has been the subject of numerous photographs, but none has been as true to her beauty and grace as this unposed shot captured by the artistic hand of noted photographer Mr. Ralph Holloway. It personified all that she was and all that she shall ever remain.
This is a one of a kind photo of the beautiful Grace Kelly who has long remained the standard of beauty and grace. This would be a wonderful acquirement to a collector of movie/celebrity memorabilia --or just for its historical value.
The photograph is 10 1/2 X 13. With the frame: 13 1/2 X 17 1/2.
This photograph hung in Mr. Holloway's home as a part of his personal collection until his death in 1992. It is now for sale at www.tias.com/stores/scarlettdreams. All reasonable offers will be considered.