Several women artists are seen painting at easels. Some of their work is displayed. A mother shows her baby the portrait that has been painted of it. A dog called "Chim" helps out by carrying paint brushes in its mouth. One of the artists smokes as she paints. The women are rather groovy bohemian types. Would be nice for illustrating the "modern woman" of the 1920s.
Story seems incomplete.
Was item in Eve's Film Review issue 280.
Safety print only.
Note: see Time to Remember "Teenage Flapper" which features this sequence, may also have extra shots missing from the beginning.