1 July 2009
IRVING PENN (b.1917)
Young Cricketer (Adam Roundtree), London, 1950
gelatin silver print
signed, initialled twice, titled, dated and numbered '4491' in ink/pencil, 'Penn/Condé Nast' copyright credit reproduction limitation and edition stamps on verso
16 1/8 x 13½in. (41 x 34.3cm.)
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Penn, Moments Preserved, Simon & Schuster, 1960, p.79; Penn, Passage, Jonathan Cape, 1991, p.96.
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