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By Sir Barkley Hendricks

Remembering Barkley L. Hendricks, the Grandfather of Black Postmodern Portraiture, Dead at 72 - The Atlantic

“Hidden Mother” was a 19th century portrait trend where mothers, who were basically dressed a “ghost,” would hold their young children still while being photographed.

“Hidden Mother” was a century portrait trend where mothers, who were basically dressed a “ghost,” would hold their young children still while being photographed.

Hidden crouching mother # 1 by Crafty Dogma, via Flickr

How many people in this picture? ‘This was a practice where the mother, often disguised or hiding under a spread, holds her baby tightly for the photographer to ensure a sharply focused image.’ - The Hidden Mother

19th century photography -- Some photographers made an effort to conceal the mothers. some did not

The invisible mother. ‘This was a practice where the mother, often disguised or hiding, often under a spread, holds her baby tightly for the photographer to insure a sharply focused image.’ Very interesting!

Y/Project Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear Collection Photos - Vogue

See all the Collection photos from Y/Project Spring/Summer 2018 Ready-To-Wear now on British Vogue

Y/Project Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear Collection Photos - Vogue

Read Consttant creative director, Marisa Lee's favorite looks from Paris Fashion Week Spring/ Summer