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J.H.Lartigue photograph, Rowe Twins

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J.H.Lartigue photograph, Rowe Twins
J.H.Lartigue photograph, Rowe Twins
J.H.Lartigue photograph, Rowe Twins

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1970s
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
gelatin silver print
Size:
20" L x 16" W x 1" H
Color/Finish:
black/white

Why We Love This

The famous Rowe twins of the Casino de Paris by Jacques-Henri Lartigue, 1929. Gelatin silver print, printed in the 1970s. Signed by the artist in ink on recto. "J.H.L." blind stamp in margin. 8.75"W x 14"L. Lartigue (1894-1986) was one of the foremost French photographers of the 20th century. Richard Avedon famously championed his work of Belle Époque France, and innumerable books and museum exhibitions throughout the world have featured his photographs..
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About The Image of Light Gallery

We are dedicated to sourcing the most highly collectible and unique photographs. With over two thousand images in our inventory and more than a decade of experience collecting photography from around the world, our specialists have found some of the most prized examples of work from artists considered the masters of the medium. Our clients enjoy art which is beautiful and engaging to live with by artists whose photographs are regularly in major museums and top auction houses.

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