Broadway Showgirl
© Estate of Max Vargas

Broadway Showgirl

By Alberto Vargas
About the image

Helen Henderson, a beautiful showgirl of the Ziegfeld stage displays an air of confidence while she runs an ivory comb through her dark wavy hair. Painted in 1928, Vargas subtly captured the relaxed and confident attitude of this young woman who seems to say, "I've made it to the top - I'm a Broadway star!" 

The original artwork was featured at our debut exhibit of Alberto Vargas artworks in 1985. 

Release Notes:
These beautiful museum-quality continuous-tone lithograph prints were printed in two different versions (as separate editions) with distinct finishes. Please use both the CHOOSE A SIZE and CHOOSE A VERSION buttons below to see the details, pricing, and availability for each one.

  • The Arches Edition was printed on ARCHES Watercolor paper, an archival, 100% cotton paper with a matte finish, and used by professional artists for centuries.

  • The Deluxe Edition was printed on a patented archival paper called Opalesque which has a surface that emulates the look and feel of silk.

Collector's Notes:
This fine art print was published in San Francisco in 1986, in cooperation with the heirs of Alberto Vargas. As an estate-authorized print, it bears the registered trademark "Vargas" signature logo applied via silkscreen to the finished work.

Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery of their artwork.

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