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W. Eugene Smith

The Spinner, Spanish Village, 1951

Gelatin silver print
12 5/8 × 9 in
32.1 × 22.9 cm
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About the work
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Signed by Smith with a stylus recto (l.r.) Some toning to mount, a few minor marks noted to print …

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Signed by Smith with a stylus recto (l.r.) Some toning to mount, a few minor marks noted to print surface. Unframed

A classic from Smith's oeuvre, and one of his most reproduced images.

W. Eugene Smith
American, 1918–1976
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Called a fanatic of his craft and, often, "troublesome" by his editors, photographer and …

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Called a fanatic of his craft and, often, "troublesome" by his editors, photographer and photojournalist W. Eugene Smith demanded such perfection of his images that he destroyed most of his early work. He began taking pictures at age 14, initially of airplanes, exploring an interest in aeronautical …

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Signed by Smith with a stylus recto (l.r.) Some toning to mount, a few minor marks noted to print …

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Signed by Smith with a stylus recto (l.r.) Some toning to mount, a few minor marks noted to print surface. Unframed

A classic from Smith's oeuvre, and one of his most reproduced images.

W. Eugene Smith
American, 1918–1976
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Called a fanatic of his craft and, often, "troublesome" by his editors, photographer and …

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Called a fanatic of his craft and, often, "troublesome" by his editors, photographer and photojournalist W. Eugene Smith demanded such perfection of his images that he destroyed most of his early work. He began taking pictures at age 14, initially of airplanes, exploring an interest in aeronautical …

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W. Eugene Smith

The Spinner, Spanish Village, 1951

Gelatin silver print
12 5/8 × 9 in
32.1 × 22.9 cm
Bidding closed