Harry Callahan devoted his life to understanding the limits of the photographic medium and to turning those limitations into poetic statements. He established the photography program at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Link: Wikipedia.

 

This print was originally a component of the famed portfolio created by the faculty and students at the Institute of Design in Chicago.

HARRY CALLAHAN

Eleanor in the Woods

1952

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Gelatin silver print

8 x 10 inch

Stephen Bulger Gallery

About this artwork…
7 ¾ x 9 ½ inch image on 8 x 10 inch Gelatin silver paper

Mounted to 10 ¾ x 13 inch period board

Annotated, "041.075.3.06", in pencil, au mount verso

Printed circa 1957

[ SBG-HC-0015-C ]

Unframed

Harry Callahan devoted his life to understanding the limits of the photographic medium and to turning those limitations into poetic statements. He established the photography program at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Link: Wikipedia.

 

This print was originally a component of the famed portfolio created by the faculty and students at the Institute of Design in Chicago.

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