13 November 2014
HEINRICH KUEHN (1866-1944)
Katzen-stilleben, vers 1910
tirage transfert bromoil sur papier Japon
image 29.2 x 23 cm. (11.5 x 9 in.)
feuille 34 x 27 cm. (13 3/8 x 10 5/8 in.)
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E.Pollock, O.M.Appel-Heyne, R.J.Hill, An Exhibition of One Hundred Photographs by Heinrich Kuehn, R.Kicken, 1981, pl.91;
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