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Tom Baril

Flying Point, 1997-printed in 1999

Gelatin silver
25 3/4 × 33 3/4 in
65.4 × 85.7 cm
Edition 2/10
Bidding closed
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Condition Report: Sheet is dry mounted to board; mounting is beginning to lift in several areas …

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Condition Report: Sheet is dry mounted to board; mounting is beginning to lift in several areas along the upper edge; minor wear to the edges of the mount, not affecting the signatures.

Signature
Signed and dated in pencil mount recto. Signed, titled, dated, and editioned '2/10' in ink in the photographer's stamp mount verso.
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Tom Baril
American, b. 1952
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Tom Baril’s photographs of flowers and architecture pay homage to early pioneers of the medium in …

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Tom Baril’s photographs of flowers and architecture pay homage to early pioneers of the medium in their graceful, precise compositions and vintage-looking, sepia-toned appearance. Baril relies in large part on analog methods such as collodion processing, a technique he mastered while working for Robert Mapplethorpe in …

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About the work
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Condition Report: Sheet is dry mounted to board; mounting is beginning to lift in several areas …

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Condition Report: Sheet is dry mounted to board; mounting is beginning to lift in several areas along the upper edge; minor wear to the edges of the mount, not affecting the signatures.

Signature
Signed and dated in pencil mount recto. Signed, titled, dated, and editioned '2/10' in ink in the photographer's stamp mount verso.
Image rights
Courtesy of Heritage Auctions
Tom Baril
American, b. 1952
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Tom Baril’s photographs of flowers and architecture pay homage to early pioneers of the medium in …

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Tom Baril’s photographs of flowers and architecture pay homage to early pioneers of the medium in their graceful, precise compositions and vintage-looking, sepia-toned appearance. Baril relies in large part on analog methods such as collodion processing, a technique he mastered while working for Robert Mapplethorpe in …

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Tom Baril

Flying Point, 1997-printed in 1999

Gelatin silver
25 3/4 × 33 3/4 in
65.4 × 85.7 cm
Edition 2/10
Bidding closed
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