The Incomparable Lena Horne fine art photography

The Incomparable Lena Horne

Michael Ochs Archives

Collection 1940s

NEW YORK – LATE 1942: Singer Lena Horne, flower tucked behind her ear (perhaps in tribute of Billie Holiday, who famously wore a gardenia in her hair) performs at the Caf? Lounge of the Savoy-Plaza Hotel in late 1942 in New York, New York. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

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20x24" / 51cm x 60cm