Inscribed recto, on mount, lower right, below image, in graphite: "EW1930"; verso unchecked; verso, on mount, center, printed on sticker, in black ink: "The Photographs of Edward Weston / A comprehensive series of 830 photographs selected by Edward / Weston in 1953 as representative of his life’s work, and printed / under his direction by Brett Weston. / This print is one of an edition of six from the negative. / No. [typed in black ink] 34V / Title [typed in black ink] Winter Squash, 1930;” inscribed verso, on mount, lower center, in graphite: "14" (with a circle around); verso, on mount, lower right, in graphite: "59.661 / RX 3032"
19.1 × 23.8 cm (image/paper); 31.2 × 40.6 cm (mount)
Gift of Max McGraw
Extended information about this artwork
Art Institute of Chicago. “Photographs by Edward Weston.” April 8-May 8 1960. (Hugh Edwards)
Art Institute of Chicago, “The Human Form Divine: The Body as Seen by the Camera,” February 8 - June 1, 2003, (Colin Westerbeck).
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