Girl eating breakfast
- circa 1935
- Douglas Arthur Spencer
A Vivex colour photograph of a young girl eating her breakfast, taken by Dr Douglas A Spencer in 1939. This photograph was probably taken for advertising purposes.
The little girl spreads honey on her toast, watched carefully by her teddy bear. A comb of honey sits on a plate in front of the toy bear.
Dr Spencer invented the Vivex process in about 1929. It produced high-quality standardised colour prints from colour-separation negatives.