Signed recto, lower right, in black pencil: "GERTRUDE KÄSEBIER"; inscribed recto, on hinged matte, lower left, in graphite: "6"; inscribed verso, across lower half, in graphite: "[illegible] Kasalun [?/could be Käsebier but not clear] / 273 [?] / Butta B [?] / 86 [illegible] J ¾ 5764-45 C / st 5 3/16 x 8⅛"; verso, on hinged matte, upper left, in graphite: "Mother and Child"; verso, on hinged matte, lower left, in graphite: "2 [encircled]"
20.7 × 13.7 cm (image/paper); 36.1 × 29 cm (hinged matte board)
Gift of Mina Turner
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New York, New York, The Metropolitain Museum of Art, “The Art of Seeing: Photographs from the Alfred Stieglitz Collection,” Spring 1978.
Art Institute of Chicago, “The Human Form Divine: The Body as Seen by the Camera,” February 8, 2003–June 1, 2003.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Undressed: The Fashion of Privacy,” June 22–September 29, 2013. (Martha Tedeschi and Emily Ziemba)
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