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Lot 0058
  • Artist: ANDRE KERTESZ
  • Print Title: Pont des Arts, Paris 1932
  • Medium: Sheet-Fed Gravure
  • Printing Date: 1972
  • Printed in France
  • Image size approx. 6 x 8 inches

    Andre Kertesz(1894-1985) born Kertesz Andor, was a Hungarian photographer who fled to New York during World War II. He is known for his groundbreaking photographic compositions and the photo essay.

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  • Location: This item ships from Florida.

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  • Condition

    Very Good (slight scuffing and yellowing toward the edges) - wax tissue, heat mounted on conservation grade mat board. COA included

    Starting Bid

    $1.00

    Buyer's Premium

    • 10%

    ANDRE KERTESZ - Pont des Arts, Paris 1932

    Auction ended on Tue, Feb 6, 2018
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    Estimate $180 - $200
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