Announce something here
Announce something here
Cart 0
Paul Strand Photo League Original Vintage Hand Signed Social Realism Platinum Print Photograph San Francisco Skyline Redfern Gallery
Paul Strand Photo League Original Vintage Hand Signed Social Realism Platinum Print Photograph San Francisco Skyline Redfern Gallery
Paul Strand Photo League Original Vintage Hand Signed Social Realism Platinum Print Photograph San Francisco Skyline Redfern Gallery
Paul Strand Photo League Original Vintage Hand Signed Social Realism Platinum Print Photograph San Francisco Skyline Redfern Gallery
Pacific Fine Art

Paul Strand Photo League Original Vintage Hand Signed Social Realism Platinum Print Photograph San Francisco Skyline Redfern Gallery

Regular price $145,000.00 $0.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Striking, original, vintage platinum print photograph of a martini, and two other drinks, with a brilliant contrast of downtown San Francisco, and the Transamerica Pyramid by night , by Photo League American modernist photographer, Paul Strand.



Paul Strand
(1890-1976)
Social Realism, Photo League
Platinum Print
Approximately 13" X 10"
Estimated at approximately 1973-1974
(The topping-off ceremony at the Transamerica Pyramid was on March 29, 1972)
Drinks, (Martini), with a San Francisco skyline, by night, with
Transamerica Pyramid
Hand Signed in Graphite, lower right
Original vintage Redfern Gallery label on reverse, from 17310 Ventura Blvd. Encino, California
Photograph is in excellent, original condition, behind glass; and has not been removed from the gallery frame. Color maintains a rich, dark, contrasting blackish/violet red to stark black and white. There has been a very slight lifting, from the photograph's set, within the frame, lower right.

An LA Times excerpt from Jun 12, 1977, shows an exhibition of photographers ranging from Dorothea Lange, and Ed Weston, Alfred Stieglitz, to Paul Strand, sponsored by Redfern Gallery; (when Redfern was located in Encino). This photograph would have been included in this exhibition.

Online reference, (www.newspapers.com):
https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/164935627/

The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · Page 616
Publication:
The Los Angeles Times
Location:
Los Angeles, California
Issue Date:
Sunday, June 12, 1977
Page:
Page 616

"More Art News LA CIENEGA ARTWALK IROWSI GAUEMES FROM MELROSE TO SANTA MONICA ItVD. EACH TUESDAY 7:30-10 P.M. rnoir successors, tnc exhibition surveys American photography from 1900 to recent developments in both commercial and noncommercial photography. Included are 167 black-and-white and 19 color photographs by 33 photographers. The show documents the development of two different and opposing traditions in American photography: work in a commercial context and work primarily for personal and creative motives. Among those representing the first group are Edward Steichen. Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Irving Penn and Ernst Haas. The second category presents works by Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, Ansel Adams and William Eggleston. Theme of the exhibition was developed by Gene Thornton, photography critic for the New York Times and author of a 252-page book based on the exhibition. The book bears the same name and reproduces all of the works exhibited. Organized by the American Federation of the Arts, New York, in celebration of the nation's 200th anniversary, it was supported by a grant from the NEA. HUNDERTWASSCR RBOIHTAO SUITV UIORTID BMBCaW THE REDFERN GALLERY 17060 Ventura Blvd., Encino, 990-4269 Hours: Wad. thru Sat. 11 to 5:00 Sunday 1 to 5 CO LU"

 Contact Us:  pacificfineart@gmail.com   Ph: 424-259-3290