<strong>Caption from LIFE.</strong> "In their old home in a dark basement, Mornice Garrett and her seven children eat dinner, chicken necks boiled with spaghetti. Their two rooms lack space for either a dining table or any chairs. Newspapers help cover a floor often damp from faulty drains. At night, the six Garret daughters sleep in one double bed."
Great time at barbershop. Cheerful young bearded man getting haircut by hairdresser and reading newspaper while sitting in chair at barbershop
A fresh update for the dining room – mix mismatched chairs with a sturdy farm table as a setting to drink your morning coffee. Hang a newspaper clipping (or favorite mag cover) in a black frame over the mantel, and opt for a muted color-palette. Sip, and repeat.
Boy - young man - teenager looking at an elderly man reading a newspaper, both sitting down on chairs, black & - Stock Image
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In 1962 #AndyWarhol began reproducing newspaper images in a series of paintings he called "Death and Disasters." The images include car wrecks, plane crashes, and, as seen here, an electric chair. “Adding pretty colors to a picture as gruesome as this,” Warhol believed, “would change people’s perceptions and acceptance.” Pictured: "Red Disaster," 1963, 1985, on view in "Political Intent" and "Beyond Limits."