Munich: Hermann Landshoff - The Eye of Photography Magazine
Hermann Landshoff was born in 1905 in Munich, where he grew up in a family of Jewish artists before fleeing his homeland to Paris and, eventually, New York. Like other great artists of the 20th century, his vast body of work has received little attention…
Serving up some vintage tennis history and fashion
It is nothing short of impressive, if you ask me, that my maternal grandma has been playing - and still continues to play - tennis since s...
Rene Lacoste - a French tennis player and businessman, he was nicknamed "the Crocodile" by fans because of his tenacity on the court; he is also known worldwide as the creator of the Lacoste tennis shirt, which was introduced in 1929
Evonne (Goolagong) Cawley
Evonne (Goolagong) Cawley was ranked in the top 10 for nine years and climbed to the top of the rankings for one week in 1976. She won four Australian championships between 1974…
35 Incredible On-Court Style Moments At Wimbledon
British Vogue looks back at some of the most memorable and defining style moments of Wimbledon. Lea Pericoli was ahead of the headband trend in 1965 when she paired her ruffled Teddy Tinling minidress with an Anne Boleyn-esque puffed Alice band. Meanwhile, rivals Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams have displayed their bold attitudes through both match play and their on-court outfits.
Studio portrait of four female tennis players, 1907
Creator: Unidentified Location: Brisbane, Queensland Description: Eva Thurlow is in the middle seat. (Description supplied with photograph.) View this image at the State Library of Queensland: hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/150164 Information about State Library of Queensland’s collection: pictureqld.slq.qld.gov.au/