Diane Arbus, ‘Max Maxwell Landar, Uncle Sam, N.Y.C.’, 1961, Phillips

An Influential Vision: The Collection of Ruth Ansel

Signature: Stamped 'a diane arbus print', signed by Doon Arbus, Executor, in ink, copyright credit, reproduction limitation and partial 'Harper's Bazaar' stamps on the reverse of the flush-mount. Accompanied by a letter of authentication from the Estate of Diane Arbus.

The Full Circle', Harper's Bazaar, November 1961, p. 133
Aperture, Diane Arbus: Magazine Work, p. 19
Arbus, Sussman, Phillips, Selkirk and Rosenheim, Diane Arbus: Revelations, p. 157 for the Harper's Bazaar layout

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About Diane Arbus

American photographer Diane Arbus is famous for her poignant portraits of individuals on the margins of society, such as street people, transvestites, nudists, and carnival performers. Arbus’s work is highly controversial, eliciting in some viewers an overwhelming sense of compassion, while others find her images bizarre and disturbing. Her practice challenged established conventions dictating the distance between photographer and subject, resulting in the raw psychological intensity that characterizes her photographic portraiture.

American, 1923-1971, New York, New York