New York, Park Avenue
17 April 1997
Mlle. Jean Jaffe, Paris
Gelatin silver print on carte postale. 1926. Signed and annotated Paris in pencil on the original vellum mount; titled in pencil on the reverse of the mount. 2 7/8 x 2 5/8in. (7.3 x 6.7cm.) Framed.
The Estate of André Kertész.
This print was one of twenty-one cartes postales included in the folio discovered after Kertész's death in 1985.
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Stranger to Paris, p. 25; See: Phillips et al., André Kertész: Of Paris and New York, p. 133, cat. no. 15; Wilde, pl. 3.
Jean Jaffe was an American journalist who wrote for the Jewish paper Der Tag (see: Of Paris and New York, cat. no. 15, p. 160).
Other prints of this image are in the collections of Thomas Walther, New York and Nicholas Pritzker, Chicago.
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