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CARTIER-BRESSON - Solitude Downtown, New York 1947

Lot 0021
  • Artist: CARTIER-BRESSON
  • Print Title: Solitude Downtown, New York 1947
  • Printing Date: 1952
  • Medium: Sheet-fed Gravure
  • Printer: Draeger Freres
  • Image Size: 10 x 13"

    Henri Cartier-Bresson was a French photographer who specialized in humanist photography. He is considered the master of candid photography, and one of the first prominent users of 35 mm film. Cartier-Bresson innovated street photography, bringing it to a new level in modern art. He thought of his photos as "capturing a decisive moment".

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    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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  • Condition

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

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    CARTIER-BRESSON - Solitude Downtown, New York 1947

    Estimate $150 - $200Apr 9, 2017
    101 Avenue of the Americas
    Suite 900
    New York, NY 10013
    United States
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