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ALFRED STIEGLITZ

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A RARE PRESENTATION/ASSOCIATION COPY OF CAMERA WORK, 1914,

WARMLY INSCRIBED BY STIEGLITZ TO HIS CLOSE ASSISTANT AT “291”

STIEGLITZ, Alfred. Camera Work, Number XLV. New York, January 1914.

First edition of Stieglitz’s Camera Work, Number XLV, an especially memorable presentation/association copy inscribed in the year of publication to his close personal assistant at his gallery 291, “To Marie Rapp in sincere appreciation of her cooperation at ‘291,’ Alfred Stieglitz, July 1—1914,” dated immediately after this delayed issue was released, followed by Stieglitz’ distinctive flourish, featuring eight tipped-in hand-pulled tissue photogravures by James Craig Annan and the first publication of Mina Loy’s Aphorisms on Futurism. $9500.

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“A RELAXED, UNTIDY, SOMEWHAT SELF-INDULGENT, WISE VISIONARY”

(STIEGLITZ, Alfred) JACOBI, Lotte. Photograph. Signed Mat. New York, circa 1930.

Vintage gelatin silver print of Stieglitz, with a large mat signed in the lower corner by Jacobi in her trademark pencil, from a photograph taken at Stieglitz’ New York gallery in 1938, this wonderful portrait capturing the warmth of the legendary American photographer whose work vitally encouraged Jacobi “to develop her personal style and artistic voice.” $7800.

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“I AM ASHAMED AND AN OLD MAN SHOULD NOT HAVE TO BE ASHAMED”

STIEGLITZ, Alfred. Autograph Letter Signed. New York, December 30, 1939.

Fine related autograph letter boldly written and signed by Stieglitz. Handsomely framed with original photographic portrait of Stieglitz, signed by photographer Lotte Jacobi. $6500.

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