With Kertész's signature and date, in pencil, on verso.
According to Robert Gurbo, curator for the estate, there were less than a handful of prints of this size ever made from the negative, and, there are no more signed prints of this size in the estate.
See: De Gouvion Saint-Cyr, Lemagny and Sayag, Art or Nature: 20th-Century French Photography, p.44; Greenough, Gurbo and Kennel, André Kertész, pl.47; Bonhomme, Patimonie Photographique Catalogue, p.368; André Kertész, Of Paris and New York, p.25; André Kertész, A Lifetime of Perception, p.243; André Kertész: Photographe, p.58; Borhan, André Kertész: His Life and Work (Little, Brown and Company, 1994), p.145; Andre Kertesz: The Manchester Collection, pl.223; Frizot and Wanverbecq, Andre Kertesz, p.87; Chardin, Paris et la Photographie: Cent Histoires Extraordinaires de 1839 a Nos Jours, p.111; Kertész, André Kertész: Soixante Ans de Photographie, 1912-1972 (Chene), p.70; Greenough, Snyder, Travis and Westerbeck, On the Art of Fixing A Shadow: One Hundred and Fifty Years of Photography, pl.242; Colombo, André Kertész, p.12; Kincses, Photographes Made in Hungary, Front Cover and p.55; Gruber and Gruber, The Imaginary Photomuseum, pl.345; Capa, The Concerned Photographer, n.p.
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Medium Silver print
Photo Date 1926 Print Date 1970s
Dimensions 19-3/4 x 15-3/4 in. (502 x 400 mm)
Photo Country France
Photographer Country United States (USA)
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