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Lot 0060
  • Medium: Sheet-fed Gravure
  • Date: 1937
  • Printer: Neogravure Company, France
  • Image Size: 7.5 x 9 inches

    Hein Gorny was a German photographer born in 1904. His body of work includes advertising photography, portrait studies, wildlife photography, property and industrial shots. He worked in Hannover, Germany during the early 1920's and published his first photos in "Hannoversche Anzeiger" before becoming a professional photographer. World War II was a source of both inspiration and destruction for Gorny, as many of his famous photos were aerial shots of war destruction before his atelier was hit by bombs itself.

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  • Condition

    Very Good - wax tissue mounted on conservation matboard. Stamped with auction house's Gallery COA stamp on Verso.

    Buyer's Premium

    • 10%

    Hein Gorny: Chevaux

    Estimate $25 - $80Sep 11, 2016