Unmarked recto; inscribed verso, upper center, in graphite: "back turned; / The professional / chess player / Bon [?] (who played / blindfolded)"; verso, center, in black ink: "46." [written over illegible number in blue ink]; verso, lower center, in graphite: "Fritzie Kiesler [illegible]"; verso, along bottom edge, in blue ink: "Blindfolded / chess match between ^ [below] grand master [above] George [illegible/crossed out] Koltanowski / (Back to camera) and Frederick Keisler ^ [below] (left) / Alfred Barr."
10.2 x 10 cm (image/paper)
Gift of Patricia and Frank Kolodny in memory of Julien Levy
Extended information about this artwork
Levy, Julien. 1977. “Memoir of an Art Gallery.” G. P. Putnam’s Sons. n.p. (cropped)
Columbus, Ohio, Wexner Center for the Arts, “Staging Surrealism: A Succession of Collections 2,” September 20, 1997–January 4, 1998.
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