EDWARD WESTON | CHARIS, SANTA MONICA
CHARIS, SANTA MONICA
mounted, signed in pencil and stamped by Cole Weston, the photographer's son, on the reverse, 1936, printed posthumously by Cole Weston (Conger 968)
9¼ by 7½ in. (23.5 by 19.1 cm.)
This photograph is in generally excellent condition. When examined closely in raking light, a 2-1/2-inch scratch that does not appear to break the emulsion is visible in the upper left quadrant along the edge. The mount is faintly yellowed in a thin band at the periphery of the photograph, and small framer's marks in graphite are visible near each corner of the photograph.
There are graphite marks, a few tape remnants, some abrasions, and minor soiling on the reverse of the mount.
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