(American, 1921-1994) Born in Carl's Junction, Missouri. Upon moving to New York City, Beadle signed on as a staff photographer for both Vogue and House & Garden. The majority of his professional career was spent at Condé Nast. Focusing on fashion at first, Beadle eventually expanded to photographing still-lives, personalities, food and architecture. His skill at the difficult task of photographing interiors resulted in numerous covers for House & Garden throughout the 1960s, 70s and 80s. Beadle's work has also been used in numerous books, including Decorating with Flowers by Denise Otis.
Published June 1976
Journalist Sally Quinn reading in the study of her Washington, D.C. house.
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