Leonard Baskin: Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre, Signed Woodcut Print
Leonard Baskin: Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre
Signed Woodcut Print, 1998
Limited Edition – 5 of 50
Signature/Limitation: Signed by Leonard Baskin in pencil on lower right recto and numbered V of L (5 of 50)
Image Size – 10.875” x 7.25” Paper Size 15.125” x 13.375”
Provenance: This original woodcut print was presented directly to Lance Speer (21st Editions Contributing Editor and Director of Marketing at the time) by Steven Albahari (21st Editions Publisher).
A Letter of Provenance from Lance Speer will accompany the print.
References: Journal of Contemporary Photography Museum Portfolio Volume 1, 21st Editions, 1998
Louis-Jacques Mande Daguerre was a French artist and physicist recognized for his invention of the daguerreotype process of photography which he first introduced to the public on August 19,1839 at a meeting of the French Academy of Science in Paris. He is widely considered one of the fathers of photography.
Condition Statement: The print is in FINE condition.
A photograph of the print appears in the photo section of the listing.