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Albumen print, No. 21 from the album "Vistas del Mar"
Signed recto, lower right, on image, in red pencil [?]: "Gustave Le Gray"; blind stamped recto, on album page, lower center: "PHOTOGRAPHIE / GUSTAVE LE GRAY & C / PARIS"; printed recto, on paper affixed to album page, lower right, in black ink: "LE SOLEIL COURONNÉ__"
Image/paper: 32.6 × 41.6 cm (12 7/8 × 16 7/16 in.); Album page: 50.9 × 64.2 cm (20 1/16 × 25 5/16 in.)
Hugh Edwards Fund
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Milwaukee Art Museum, “Gustave Le Gray in Context,” January 18–April 14, 2002.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Regarding Seas and Skies: Photographic Seascapes by Gustave Le Gray, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and DoDo Jin Ming,” November 1, 2003–February 15, 2004. (David Travis)
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