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Art in Film - Bell, Book, and Candle

By Xoxoxoe
I love to see paintings and other art objects in movies. Depictions of artists are always fun, too. Here are some images from the Greenwich Village setting depicted in Bell, Book, and Candle (1958). Kim Novak's downtown witch, Gillian Holroyd, owns a gallery that sells African Art. There is also plenty of modern art to be found on the walls of her apartment, book publisher Shep (Jimmy Stewart)'s office, and his fiancee Merle (Janice Rule)'s apartment.

art in film - bell, book, and candle

A cubist approach to Pyewacket

art in film - bell, book, and candle

All of the art objects were supplied by the Carlebach Gallery, New York

art in film - bell, book, and candle

"Pyewacket, stop scratching the sculpture!"

art in film - bell, book, and candle

art in film - bell, book, and candle

Hey, isn't that the Brady Bunch horse sculpture behind Ernie Kovacs?

art in film - bell, book, and candle

Yep!

art in film - bell, book, and candle

Merle is definitely influenced by Miro

art in film - bell, book, and candle
art in film - bell, book, and candle

art in film - bell, book, and candle

Gillian has a very abstract Xmas tree

art in film - bell, book, and candle
art in film - bell, book, and candle
art in film - bell, book, and candle

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