Views of America, 1982
Seven photographs by 7 photographers, gelatin silver, dye-transfer and chromogenic prints, each matted, and with the photographer's signature on the print recto or verso; contained in elephant folio-size blue cloth clamshell presentation box.
Artists/Titles: Ansel Adams, Oak Tree-Snowstorm, 1948; Harry Callahan, Chicago, 1958; William Eggleston, Porch Swing, 1970; Lotte Jacobi, Albert Einstein, 1938; Eliot Porter, River at Sunset, 1962; James van der Zee, Parade, 1920; Garry Winogrand, Fort Worth, Texas, 1975
This portfolio was produced by the Republican Party's 'Committee for the Future of America' during Ronald Reagan's presidency. An edition of 85 was planned but it is unknown if it was fulfilled; 2 of the prints in this set are numbered 48/85
8 x 12in and smaller
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Views of America was a limited edition portfolio with the proceeds to go to the Committee for the Future of America, a political action committee formed by friends of Walter Mondale to encourage support for Democratic candidates in 1982. An edition of 85 was planned but it is unknown if it was fulfilled; 2 of the prints in this set are numbered 48/85