Theresa, Yolande and Anne-Marie

Sir William Russell Flint

P.R.A., P.R.W.S., R.S.W., R.O.I., R.E.

russell flint teresa yolande and anne-marie print

'Theresa, Yolande and Anne-Marie'
Date of Publication 1967.
Signed,Limited Edition print of 850.
Image size 11.75" x 23.25"

The largest struggle with this image was the title. It seemed that settling on
three names for the girls was no easy task leaving Russell Flint to often enquire
with friends as to what names should be used.

Cecilia had a friend, Baron Bensilum, for whom she
subsequently worked as a personal assistant when she finally gave up
modelling. The Baron's wife was called Yolande and his secretary
Anne-Marie. The secretary's sister was Antoinette and the original
suggestion was to call this picture 'Antoinette, Yolande and Anne-Marie'.
Russell Flint however did not like this combination and
eventually settled for 'Teresa, Yolande and Anne Marie'.

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