Here’s a photo from the June 4 1932 edition of the Toronto Daily Star of an actress painting her bungalow.
Estelle Taylor (1894-1952) was a silent film star, appearing in movies regularly from 1919 to 1932. One journalist called her “the screen’s No. 1 oomph girl of the 1920s”, which I assume is a good thing.
Ms. Taylor was married to Jack Dempsey from 1925 to either 1930 or 1931 (sources vary). (Dempsey went on to marry Hannah Williams, previously mentioned in this blog.) In her later years, she was an animal rights activist.