ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ (1894-1985) A portfolio entitled A Hungarian Memory. Complete with 15 photographs from the photographer's homeland. Silver prints, the images measuring approximately 7 1/2x9 1/2 inches (19.1x24.1 cm.), and the reverse, the sheets slightly larger, each with Kertész's signature, in pencil, on verso; each matted with a sequential number debossed on verso. Folio-sized tan linen clamshell box, with the photographer's name debossed on the front cover; with the edition number 52, in ink, on the colophon; contents loose as issued. ONE OF AN EDITION OF 100 NUMBERED COPIES AND 7 ARTIST'S PROOFS. New York: Hyperion Press, 1914-24; printed 1980
Bocskay Tér, Budapest, 1914 Hungarian Landscape, Puszta, 1914 Tisza-Szalka, 6 July, 1924 Circus, Budapest, 19 May, 1920 Hazy Day, Budapest, November, 1920 Sunset, Esztergom, 15 May, 1917 Wandering Violinist, Abony, 19 July, 1921 My Brothers, Budapest, 1919 The Swing, Esztergom, 26 September, 1917 Trio, Ráczkeve, 6 May, 1923 Heavy Burden, Esztergom, 1916 Country Accident, Esztergom, September, 1916 Transport, Braila, Rumania, 19 October, 1918 Forced March to the Front between Lonié and Mitulen, Poland, 19 July, 1915 Budafok, 1919.