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    Edward Steichen (American, 1879-1973)
    Wheelbarrow with Flower Pots, 1920
    Gelatin silver contact print, printed 1930's
    7-5/8 x 9-5/8 inches (19.4 x 24.4 cm)
    Titled and dated in pencil in an unknown hand, with the Museum of Modern Art Publicity Department return stamp and Steichen The Photographer, March 28-May 21, 1961 exhibition label affixed to verso.

    T. Brandow and William A. Ewing, Edward Steichen: Lives in Photography (Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, Minneapolis and the Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, 2007), pl. 75;
    Samuel M. Kootz, 'Edward J. Steichen,' Creative Art, May 1932, p. 363;
    Steichen the Photographer (The Museum of Modern Art, 1961), p. 32;
    Edward Steichen, A Life in Photography (Garden City, 1963), pl. 67;
    LIFE Library of Photography: The Art of Photography (New York, 1971), p. 49;
    Steichen-Eduard et Voulangis: The Early Modernist Period, 1915-1923 (Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York, and Lumière Press, Toronto, 2011), p. 25.

    More information about Edward Steichen, also known as Steichen, Edward, Edward Jean Steichen, Edward Steichen, Steichen, Edouard J., Steichen, Eduard J., Steichen, Eduard Jean, Steichen, Edward, Sutaiken, Edowado, Sutaiken, Edowadpo.

    Condition Report*: Paper size 8 x 10 inches; unmounted; not framed; bumps and handling creases to the corners, notably the lower left corner; a few minor edge chips; a few minor cracks, tiny indents, and light surface scratches, mostly visible under raking light; a couple spots of possible surface grime; overall this print is in good condition.
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    October, 2016
    27th Thursday
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