Art Deco Photographs Harry R Cremer, Lovely Lady, PortraitArt Deco Photographs Harry R Cremer, Lovely Lady, PortraitArt Deco Photographs Harry R Cremer, Lovely Lady, PortraitArt Deco Photographs Harry R Cremer, Lovely Lady, Portrait

Art Deco Photographs Harry R Cremer, Lovely Lady, Portrait

A nice group of Circa 1920-1930s Photographs by Harry Richardson Cremer. Cremer came from a famous family of Photographers. He attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, was a charter member of the Photographic Society of America and President of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts, Photography Department (now the Brooklyn Museum). H. Richardson Cremer participated in more than 100 photographic exhibitions (salons) between 1925 and 1936. This fine group of photographs depict a lovely lady in three different poses, there are 3 images and one is a double. Two measure approximately 14" x 10 7/8", and the other two are smaller at approximately 13 1/2" x 10 1/8". The Photographs are in very good overall condition with very minor wear mainly to the corners, one has a small loss on the tip of the corner. All four images are being offered for one price. Please see my shop Neatcurios from similar items from the same estate.

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ITEM ID
0011168
ITEM TYPE
Vintage
COLOR
Black, White
STYLE
Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Realism, Realist
ORIGIN
United States • American

Art Deco Photographs Harry R Cremer, Lovely Lady, Portrait

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