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Duffy’s name first appeared in Harper’s Bazaar in February of 1957 alongside his distinct fashion illustrations. Before becoming a photographer Duffy worked for the magazine. It was here that He took an initial interest in photography after seeing contact sheets on the art directors desk.  

Duffy’s work began appearing frequently in Harper’s when it merged with the then struggling Queen magazine in the early 1970’s. Harper’s and Queen continued until 2006 when it returned to its original title Harper’s Bazaar. 

This selection of vintage Harpers & Queen magazines has been collected and scanned by The Duffy Archive to show Duffy’s work in period. Many of these magazines contain Duffy’s lost works. It is our intention to share these magazines respective of the additional authors that may be involved. Content has been removed to only show the articles containing Duffy’s works although advertisements, brands, and additional imagery belongs to their respective copyright holders.