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La Hija de los Danzantes (The Daughter of the Dancers), 1933

Silver gelatin print, printed c. 1990
9 1/2 × 6 3/4 in
24.1 × 17.1 cm
£10,500
location
London
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Signed and inscribed 'México' on reverse
Manuel Álvarez Bravo
Mexican, 1902–2002
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Manuel Álvarez Bravo initially photographed abstract paper forms, but became known for capturing …

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Manuel Álvarez Bravo initially photographed abstract paper forms, but became known for capturing the rise of a post-revolutionary modern culture in his native Mexico. Encouraged to pursue his art by an admiring Edward Weston, Álvarez Bravo photographed what he saw around him, his unique perspective adding a poetic …

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Signed and inscribed 'México' on reverse
Manuel Álvarez Bravo
Mexican, 1902–2002
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Manuel Álvarez Bravo initially photographed abstract paper forms, but became known for capturing …

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Manuel Álvarez Bravo initially photographed abstract paper forms, but became known for capturing the rise of a post-revolutionary modern culture in his native Mexico. Encouraged to pursue his art by an admiring Edward Weston, Álvarez Bravo photographed what he saw around him, his unique perspective adding a poetic …

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La Hija de los Danzantes (The Daughter of the Dancers), 1933

Silver gelatin print, printed c. 1990
9 1/2 × 6 3/4 in
24.1 × 17.1 cm
£10,500
location
London
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