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Harry Callahan

Eleanor, Chicago, 1947

Gelatin silver contact print
5 × 4 in
12.7 × 10.1 cm
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Christie's

printed probably 1950s
signed in pencil (verso); credited, titled and dated on affixed gallery label …

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printed probably 1950s
signed in pencil (verso); credited, titled and dated on affixed gallery label (frame backing board)
image: 4 1/2 x 2 7/8 in. (11.4 x 7.3 cm.)
sheet: 5 x 4 in. (12.7 x 10.1 cm.)

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She was innocent and I was innocent. I just try to photograph what I like. I thought she was beautiful. …

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Harry Callahan
American, 1912–1999
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A highly influential artist and teacher, Harry Callahan produced photographs that combined elegant …

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A highly influential artist and teacher, Harry Callahan produced photographs that combined elegant precision, sensuality, and restless experimentalism. He used the camera as a tool of personal expression, once proclaiming, “photography is an adventure just as life is an adventure.” He often turned his camera onto his …

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About the work
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C
Christie's

printed probably 1950s
signed in pencil (verso); credited, titled and dated on affixed gallery label …

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printed probably 1950s
signed in pencil (verso); credited, titled and dated on affixed gallery label (frame backing board)
image: 4 1/2 x 2 7/8 in. (11.4 x 7.3 cm.)
sheet: 5 x 4 in. (12.7 x 10.1 cm.)

From the Catalogue:
She was innocent and I was innocent. I just try to photograph what I like. I thought she was beautiful. …

Read more
Harry Callahan
American, 1912–1999
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A highly influential artist and teacher, Harry Callahan produced photographs that combined elegant …

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A highly influential artist and teacher, Harry Callahan produced photographs that combined elegant precision, sensuality, and restless experimentalism. He used the camera as a tool of personal expression, once proclaiming, “photography is an adventure just as life is an adventure.” He often turned his camera onto his …

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Harry Callahan

Eleanor, Chicago, 1947

Gelatin silver contact print
5 × 4 in
12.7 × 10.1 cm
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