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Georges Rouault, Paris, 1950 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (188.1990 )

Georges Rouault, Paris, 1950 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (188.1990 )

Jean Arp in his studio, Paris, 1959 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (176.1990)

Jean Arp in his studio, Paris, 1959 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (176.1990)

Joan Miró at Mourlot’s lithographic studio, Paris, 1953 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (166.1990)

Joan Miró at Mourlot’s lithographic studio, Paris, 1953 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (166.1990)

Georges Braque, Paris, 1957 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (143.1990)

Georges Braque, Paris, 1957 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (143.1990)

Jacques Villon, Paris, 1954 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (154.1990)

Jacques Villon, Paris, 1954 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (154.1990)

Marcel Duchamp’s hands, New York, 1959-60 -by Alexander Liberman
from ICP (157.1990) 

Marcel Duchamp’s hands, New York, 1959-60 -by Alexander Liberman

from ICP (157.1990) 

Glenn Gould, gesticulating with his hands, early 1950s -nd  [+]
from The Glenn Gould Archive

Glenn Gould, gesticulating with his hands, early 1950s -nd  [+]

from The Glenn Gould Archive

Glenn Gould’s Hands, 1956 -by Paul Rockett  [+] - [más]
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Paul RockettGlenn Gould’s Hands, 1956

Glenn Gould’s Hands, 1956 -by Paul Rockett  [+] - [más]

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Glenn Gould’s Hands, 1956

August Strindberg, Strindberg’s hand, Paris, nd  [+]
from lalettre

August Strindberg, Strindberg’s hand, Paris, nd  [+]

from lalettre

Photographer Olga Wlassics [Atelier Manassé], Vienna, 1933 -by Anton Josef Trčka  [+]

The so far unknown studio portrait by Trčka of photographer Olga Wlassics was taken in his studio in Vienna (Alserstraße) in 1933. Olga Spolarics, born in Budapest in 1895 founded the «Atelier Manassé» with her husband Adorján Wlassics in 1924. Their studio was well-known for its glamorous images. […]The better known published self-staged photographs of Wlassics usually depict her as a vamp or a diva. It is hence quite astonishing that the photographer let herself be portrayed in a quite conservative way by Trčka, even though he was well-known for his expressive portraits of artists. The stamped vintage print originates from the estate of the nephew of Anton Josef Trčka.— notice from Westlicht Catalogue (14 Nov. 2011)

from westlicht

Photographer Olga Wlassics [Atelier Manassé], Vienna, 1933 -by Anton Josef Trčka  [+]

The so far unknown studio portrait by Trčka of photographer Olga Wlassics was taken in his studio in Vienna (Alserstraße) in 1933. Olga Spolarics, born in Budapest in 1895 founded the «Atelier Manassé» with her husband Adorján Wlassics in 1924. Their studio was well-known for its glamorous images. […]
The better known published self-staged photographs of Wlassics usually depict her as a vamp or a diva. It is hence quite astonishing that the photographer let herself be portrayed in a quite conservative way by Trčka, even though he was well-known for his expressive portraits of artists. The stamped vintage print originates from the estate of the nephew of Anton Josef Trčka.
— notice from Westlicht Catalogue (14 Nov. 2011)

from westlicht

Georges Rouault, Paris, 1950 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (188.1990 )

Georges Rouault, Paris, 1950 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (188.1990 )

Jean Arp in his studio, Paris, 1959 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (176.1990)

Jean Arp in his studio, Paris, 1959 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (176.1990)

Joan Miró at Mourlot’s lithographic studio, Paris, 1953 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (166.1990)

Joan Miró at Mourlot’s lithographic studio, Paris, 1953 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (166.1990)

Georges Braque, Paris, 1957 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (143.1990)

Georges Braque, Paris, 1957 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (143.1990)

Jacques Villon, Paris, 1954 -by Alexander Liberman
from icp (154.1990)

Jacques Villon, Paris, 1954 -by Alexander Liberman

from icp (154.1990)

Marcel Duchamp’s hands, New York, 1959-60 -by Alexander Liberman
from ICP (157.1990) 

Marcel Duchamp’s hands, New York, 1959-60 -by Alexander Liberman

from ICP (157.1990) 

Glenn Gould, gesticulating with his hands, early 1950s -nd  [+]
from The Glenn Gould Archive

Glenn Gould, gesticulating with his hands, early 1950s -nd  [+]

from The Glenn Gould Archive

Glenn Gould’s Hands, 1956 -by Paul Rockett  [+] - [más]
entregulistanybostan:

Paul Rockett: Glenn Gould’s Hands, 1956Morealesario

Paul RockettGlenn Gould’s Hands, 1956

Glenn Gould’s Hands, 1956 -by Paul Rockett  [+] - [más]

entregulistanybostan:

Paul Rockett: Glenn Gould’s Hands, 1956
More

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Paul Rockett
Glenn Gould’s Hands, 1956

August Strindberg, Strindberg’s hand, Paris, nd  [+]
from lalettre

August Strindberg, Strindberg’s hand, Paris, nd  [+]

from lalettre

Photographer Olga Wlassics [Atelier Manassé], Vienna, 1933 -by Anton Josef Trčka  [+]

The so far unknown studio portrait by Trčka of photographer Olga Wlassics was taken in his studio in Vienna (Alserstraße) in 1933. Olga Spolarics, born in Budapest in 1895 founded the «Atelier Manassé» with her husband Adorján Wlassics in 1924. Their studio was well-known for its glamorous images. […]The better known published self-staged photographs of Wlassics usually depict her as a vamp or a diva. It is hence quite astonishing that the photographer let herself be portrayed in a quite conservative way by Trčka, even though he was well-known for his expressive portraits of artists. The stamped vintage print originates from the estate of the nephew of Anton Josef Trčka.— notice from Westlicht Catalogue (14 Nov. 2011)

from westlicht

Photographer Olga Wlassics [Atelier Manassé], Vienna, 1933 -by Anton Josef Trčka  [+]

The so far unknown studio portrait by Trčka of photographer Olga Wlassics was taken in his studio in Vienna (Alserstraße) in 1933. Olga Spolarics, born in Budapest in 1895 founded the «Atelier Manassé» with her husband Adorján Wlassics in 1924. Their studio was well-known for its glamorous images. […]
The better known published self-staged photographs of Wlassics usually depict her as a vamp or a diva. It is hence quite astonishing that the photographer let herself be portrayed in a quite conservative way by Trčka, even though he was well-known for his expressive portraits of artists. The stamped vintage print originates from the estate of the nephew of Anton Josef Trčka.
— notice from Westlicht Catalogue (14 Nov. 2011)

from westlicht

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