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Printed/on negative recto, lower right, in white: "VANDERZEE NYC / 1934"; inscribed verso, upper RIGHT, in graphite: "TITLE: MONTE CARLO SPORTING CLUB, 1934 / PHOTOGRAPHER: JAMES VAN DER ZEE / REPRODUCTION PROHIBITED WITHOUT PERMISSION IN WRITING / FROM: THE VAN DER ZEE ESTATE / COPYRIGHTED PHOTOGRAPH, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED / D.[?] Van Der Zee"; stamped, verso, center, sideways, in black ink: "G. G. G. PHOTO STUDIO, Inc. / 2065-7th AVE., N.Y.C."; inscribed verso, lower left, in graphite: "PF 9861"
Purchased with funds provided by Anstiss and Ronald Krueck in memory of her mother, Florence Pierson Hammond
Extended information about this artwork
Art Institute of Chicago, “The James VanDerZee Studio,” January 24–April 25, 2004. (Colin Westerbeck)
Art Institute of Chicago, Gallery 10 Permanent Collection Rotation, May–October, 2012.
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