Imogen Cunningham, ‘Three Wire Sculptures’, c. 1950's, Hindman
Imogen Cunningham, ‘Three Wire Sculptures’, c. 1950's, Hindman
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Three Wire Sculptures, c. 1950's

Gelatin silver print
7 × 8 1/2 in
17.8 × 21.6 cm
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Property being sold to benefit Dancers' Workshop Jackson, Wyoming

Property being sold to benefit Dancers' Workshop Jackson, Wyoming

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Imogen Cunningham Trust label on verso, signed and dated 1987 by Rondal Partridge
Imogen Cunningham
American, 1883–1976
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One of the first professional female photographers in America, Imogen Cunningham is best known for her botanical photography, though she also produced images of nudes, industrial landscapes, and street scenes. After studying photography in Germany, Cunningham opened a portrait studio in Seattle, producing soft-focus …

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Imogen Cunningham, ‘Three Wire Sculptures’, c. 1950's, Hindman
Imogen Cunningham, ‘Three Wire Sculptures’, c. 1950's, Hindman
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About the work
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Hindman

Property being sold to benefit Dancers' Workshop Jackson, Wyoming

Property being sold to benefit Dancers' Workshop Jackson, Wyoming

Signature
Imogen Cunningham Trust label on verso, signed and dated 1987 by Rondal Partridge
Imogen Cunningham
American, 1883–1976
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One of the first professional female photographers in America, Imogen Cunningham is best known for …

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One of the first professional female photographers in America, Imogen Cunningham is best known for her botanical photography, though she also produced images of nudes, industrial landscapes, and street scenes. After studying photography in Germany, Cunningham opened a portrait studio in Seattle, producing soft-focus …

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Three Wire Sculptures, c. 1950's

Gelatin silver print
7 × 8 1/2 in
17.8 × 21.6 cm
Bidding closed
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