ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion No. 82, 1933
Andre Kertesz - Distortion No. 82, 1933 ( 5.7" x 6.6")
Andre Kertesz, born Kertesz Andor, was a Hungarian photographer who fled to New York during World War II. He is known for his groundbreaking photographic compositions and the photo essay.
Colors: Black, White
Dimensions: 6.6" (H) x 5.7” (W)
Medium: Vintage Photo Lithograph
Print Date: 1933, Spain
Condition: Heat Wax Mounted on 8.5x11" Conservation Board
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