Published September 1, 1926
Artist Pamela Bianco, a child prodigy, had her first show when she was 11. By age 12, her works were exhibited in a one-person show in London, and by 17, her work was shown in Manhattan at the Salons of America show at the Anderson Gallery. Bianco went on to become a book illustrator, providing artwork for her own children's stories as well as for books of poetry and fiction. Here, she appears in a Vanity Fair feature on child prodigies. Photograph by Nickolas Muray in the September 1926 issue.