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PORTFOLIO OF (8) GRAVURE REPRODUCTION PHOTOS BY EDWARD WESTON

Age: 1970

Size: 11” x 14”

Rating: 9

Comments: This portfolio contains eight gravure reproductions of selected photographs by Edward Weston, 20th century American photographer. Published by Doubleday & Co, Inc. There is also an introduction page about the photographer whose most common subjects are the human figure, shells, vegetables and landscape. Included in this set are his recognizable “Cabbage” and “Pepper” photos. All photos are black and white with white borders. There are also (7) additional photographs on thinner paper, four which have white mats. All in excellent condition and suitable for framing.

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