Possibly from the Collection of Jean and Zohmah Charlot
Acquired by the present owner from Stephen White Gallery, Los Angeles, early 1980s
Paris, Maison Kodak, Une Exposition D'Oeuvres du Photographe Edward Weston, 23 January - February 1950, and traveling to:
Paris, American Embassy Annex, 20 February - 3 March 1950
Other prints of this image:
Beaumont Newhall, Supreme Instants: The Photographs of Edward Weston (Tucson: Center for Creative Photography, 1986, in conjunction with the exhibition), pl. 43
Manfred Heiting, ed., Edward Weston (Köln, 2004), p. 159
Nancy Newhall, ed., Edward Weston: The Flame of Recognition (Aperture, 1967), p. 48
Kathy Kelsey Foley, Edward Weston's Gifts to His Sister (Dayton Art Institute, 1978, in conjunction with the exhibition), p. 47
Judith Hochburg, Sarah Lowe, Michael Mattis, and Dody Weston Thompson, Edward Weston: Life Work (Revere, 2004), cover and pl. 63
Amy Conger, Edward Weston: The Form of the Nude (London, 2005), p. 94
Kurt Markus, Dune: Edward & Brett Weston (Kalispell, Montana, 2003), p. 55
This photograph was shown in the important solo exhibitions of Edward Weston's work, Une Exposition D'Oeuvres du Photographe Edward Weston, that opened in Paris in January 1950, first at the Maison Kodak and then at the American Embassy.
Please see Lot 5 for more information regarding the present print's provenance.
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