Unmarked recto; stamped verso, upper center, sideways, in black ink: "SHEILA WARD / New York City, N.Y."; inscribed verso, left center, in graphite: "Désiré [?]"; verso, upper right, in graphite: "Yu [?] Meusea [?]"; verso, center, in black ink: "48."; verso, center, diagonally, blue ink: "Julien Levy -- / Hans Richter's "Dreams that money [underlined] can Buy [illegible symbol/encircled]""; verso, lower center, in graphite: "Julien Levy / marauil [?] bubleau [?], / sumealute [?]"; stamped verso, lower center, upside-down, in black ink: "CREDIT / PHOTO / SHEILA WARD"
25.1 x 19.9 cm (image); 25.5 x 20.2 cm (paper)
Gift of Patricia and Frank Kolodny in memory of Julien Levy
Extended information about this artwork
“Dreams that Money Can Buy.” 1947. Produced and Directed by Hans Richter. New York: Distributed by Films International of America. (16 mm film)
Levy, Julien. 1977. “Memoir of an Art Gallery.” G. P. Putnam’s Sons. n.p.
Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, Gallery 10 Permanent Collection Rotation #16, May 06-October 27, 2019.
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