"Katherine Hepburn From the Philadelphia Story 1939"
Photography : Gelatin Silver Print
Size : 17x15 in | 43x38 cm
Framed : 23x26 in | 58x66 cm
Edition : From the edition of 250REDUCEDFAVORITEWELL PRICED
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- Framed Photograph $3,900
Hand SignedLower Right in Pen
Framed with PlexiglassBlack Matting
Purchased fromGallery 2000
Provenance / HistoryPurchased from Gallery M in Denver in the year 2000
Certificate of AuthenticityGallery M
Alfred Eisenstaedt - United States
Art Brokerage: Alfred Eisenstaedt American Photographer: B. 1898-1995. Most photographs were published by Circle Fine Art. Alfred Eisenstaedt became known to millions worldwide through his work for LIFE Magazine, which he joined as one of the first four staff photographers in 1935 (when it was still Project X). His 86 covers and over 2500 assignments for LIFE have portrayed the earth-shaking events and influential people of the twentieth century, from the dignity of royalty to the elegance of movie stars, from the passion of scholars to the determination of diplomats.John F. Kennedy, Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, and Winston Churchill are just a few of the luminaries captured forever through Eisenstaedt's unfailing ability to seize the fleeting essence of the moment. Eisenstaedt has received numerous awards for his work including the National Medal of the Arts; the International Understanding Award for Outstanding Achievement, the Photographic Society of America Achievement Award; and Photographer of the Year, Encyclopaedia Britannica. Time magazine heralded Eisenstaedt's V-J Day, Times Square,1945 as one of the ten greatest images in the history of photojournalism. The artist has also authored many books. We have clients wishing to purchase. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.