Irving Penn
American, 1917–2009

Underfoot XXX, New York, August/September 2000, printed November 21, 2000

Gelatin silver print, edition of 10
49.9 x 48.4 cm (image); 55.1 x 50 cm (paper)
Stamped and inscribed verso, upper left, in black ink: “Ref. 19927”; inscribed verso, center in black ink: “·· E”; inscribed verso, center, in black ink: “UNDERFOOT XXX / (NEW YORK, AUG–SEPT. 2000) [in a box]”; stamped and inscribed verso, center, in black ink: “PHOTOGRAPH BY IRVING PENN / Copyright © 2000 by Irving Penn / Not to be reproduced without written permission of photographer”; stamped and inscribed verso, center, in black ink: “CHRIS NOFZIGER COLLABORATED T THE CAMERA / I.P.”; signed and stamped verso, lower right, in black ink: “Irving Penn / IRVING PENN [in a circle]”; inscribed verso, lower right, in black ink: “Print made Nov. 21, 2000. / IP”; signed verso, lower center, in black ink: “Irving Penn [in a circle]”; stamped verso, lower center, in black ink: “TONED IN: SELENIUM”; stamped and inscribed veroso, lower right, in black ink: “VASILIOS ZATSE COLLABORATED CLOSELY / IN MAKING THE PRINT / IP.”; inscribed and stamped verso, lower right, in black ink: “10. SIGNED SILVER PRINTS OF / THIS NEGATIVE, WITH VARIATIONS / I.P.”
Gift of The Irving Penn Foundation in memory of James Wood, 2011.398

Copyright The Irving Penn Foundation

Underfoot XXX, New York

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Exhibition, Publication and Ownership Histories

Exhibition History

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Museum of Art, "Underfoot: Photographs by Irving Penn," July 10–November 28, 2004; traveled to San Francisco, California, Fraenkel Gallery, January 6–March 5, 2005; and New York, New York, Pace/MacGill Gallery, October 6–November 5, 2005 (Philadelphia only).

AIC, "Irving Penn: Underfoot," January 17–May 12, 2013. (Matthew S. Witkovsky)

Ownership History

Estate of the artist; by descent to the artist's son, Tom Penn [who is also the executive director of The Irving Penn Foundation]; given by the Foundation to the Art Institute, 2011.