MAN RAY (EMMANUEL RADNITZKY). 1890-1976. Group of images and autograph material, comprising: 1. Photograph of Man Ray and Juliet Browner, gelatin silver print, 249 x 201 mm, Paris, c.1952, matted and framed.

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Lot 217
MAN RAY (EMMANUEL RADNITZKY). 1890-1976.
Group of images and autograph material, comprising:
1. Photograph of Man Ray and Juliet Browner, gelatin silver print, 249 x 201 mm, Paris, c.1952, matted and framed.

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£ 910 - 1,400

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13 Jun 2019, 13:00 EDT

New York

MAN RAY (EMMANUEL RADNITZKY). 1890-1976.
Group of images and autograph material, comprising:
1. Photograph of Man Ray and Juliet Browner, gelatin silver print, 249 x 201 mm, Paris, c.1952, matted and framed.
2. La rue Ferou, photographic reproduction from watercolor (?) original, 117 x 85 mm, signed in print Man Ray 1952, matted and framed.
3. Autograph Letter Signed ("Julie & Man"), to Virginia and Harold Knapik, saying he was in the process of finishing a book for Little, Brown & Co., tall 8vo, Paris, February 16, 1962, mounted together with an invitation to an exhibition in Paris, Man Ray Oeuvres recentes, at Galerie Rive Driote, 1962. Both mounted with corner hinges to a single piece of mat board.
4. Photographic postcard signed ("Man"), depicting the Costa Brava in Spain, to Harold & Virginia Knapik, sending best wishes, July 31, 1961, mounted together with another blank card, both on a single mat board.
5. Photographic Postcard Signed ("Man"), a panoramic view of Menton, France, to Virginia and Howard Knapik, undated. Unmounted.
Exhibited: Art Gallery of Toronto, A Friendship: Harold, Virginia, Juliet, and Man Ray, July 28-November 5, 2000 (museum property tags on reverse of mounts).
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