Cypress, Point Lobos 1955 California
Limited Edition Print : Silver Print
Size : 9.5x7.5 in | 24x19 cm
Framed : 17.5x14.5 in | 44x37 cm
Edition : From the edition of 8
- Framed Silver Gelatin - Blue Chip $3,795
Hand SignedHand Signed By Brett in 1955, Under the Supervision of Edward Weston
Framed with GlassWhite Plastic Frame
Purchased fromAuction House 1988
Provenance / HistoryPurchased from Swann Galleries at auction on May 3rd, 1988.
Story / Additional InfoAll attribution to verso of the photo mount in Brett's hand and Edward's edition blindstamp. 1930 Edward Weston Image Printed By His Son Brett Weston in 1955
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage
Edward Weston - United States
Art Brokerage: Edward Weston American Artist: b. 1886-1956. Edward Weston was a photographer who was born in Highland Park, Illinois, USA. He established his own studio in Glendale c.1910, and later became recognized as a Modernist, emphasizing sharp images and precise definition in landscapes, portraits, and still-life. He produced notable landscapes of the Mojave Desert, and in 1937, with the first-ever award of a Guggenheim Fellowship to a photographer, travelled widely taking photographs for California and the West (1940). Two of his four sons, Brett Weston (1911-93) and Cole Weston (1919-2003), also became noted photographers. Listings wanted.