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Lot 0030
  • Print Title: Gypsies
  • Artist: Nora Dumas
  • Printing Date: 1932
  • Medium: Sheet-fed Gravure
  • Printer: Neogravure Company, France
  • Image Size: 7.5 x 9.5 inches

    Nora Dumas was a Hungarian photographer born in Budapest in 1890. She moved to Paris in 1913, where she would go on to mainly work and create. Dumas' photos of the Moisson region and other villages along the Seine depict rural life as endangered, as a result of wartime destruction and poverty.

    No Reserve:
    This lot starts at $1 and has no reserve as a courtesy so that collectors can determine the true market value on this authentic item.

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  • Location: This item ships from Florida.

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  • Condition

    Very Good - wax tissue, heat mounted on conservation grade mat board. Stamped with our Gallery COA stamp on Verso

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    $1.00

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    Nora Dumas: Gypsies

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