Bill Brandt, ‘Tic Tac Men At Ascot Races’, 1935, Chiswick Auctions
Bill Brandt, ‘Tic Tac Men At Ascot Races’, 1935, Chiswick Auctions
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Bill Brandt

Tic Tac Men At Ascot Races, 1935

Silver gelatin print
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Chiswick Auctions

Image size 340mm x 290mm, mounted and signed in the mount recto (510mm x 410mm)

Tic-tac is a …

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Image size 340mm x 290mm, mounted and signed in the mount recto (510mm x 410mm)

Tic-tac is a traditional method of signs used by bookmakers to communicate the odds of certain horses. It is still used in on-course betting in the UK. A tic-tac man will usually wear bright white gloves to allow their hand movements to be …

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Bill Brandt
British, born Germany, 1904–1983
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Throughout a career that encompassed a wide variety of subjects and printing styles, British …

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Throughout a career that encompassed a wide variety of subjects and printing styles, British photographer Bill Brandt enabled viewers to see the world with, as he put it, “a sense of wonder.” He began his career as an assistant to Man Ray in Paris, where he discovered the work of Eugène Atget and Hungarian …

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Bill Brandt, ‘Tic Tac Men At Ascot Races’, 1935, Chiswick Auctions
Bill Brandt, ‘Tic Tac Men At Ascot Races’, 1935, Chiswick Auctions
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About the work
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Chiswick Auctions

Image size 340mm x 290mm, mounted and signed in the mount recto (510mm x 410mm)

Tic-tac is a …

Read more

Image size 340mm x 290mm, mounted and signed in the mount recto (510mm x 410mm)

Tic-tac is a traditional method of signs used by bookmakers to communicate the odds of certain horses. It is still used in on-course betting in the UK. A tic-tac man will usually wear bright white gloves to allow their hand movements to be …

Read more
Bill Brandt
British, born Germany, 1904–1983
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Throughout a career that encompassed a wide variety of subjects and printing styles, British …

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Throughout a career that encompassed a wide variety of subjects and printing styles, British photographer Bill Brandt enabled viewers to see the world with, as he put it, “a sense of wonder.” He began his career as an assistant to Man Ray in Paris, where he discovered the work of Eugène Atget and Hungarian …

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Bill Brandt

Tic Tac Men At Ascot Races, 1935

Silver gelatin print
Bidding closed
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