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Sale 2489 Lot 70
ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ (1894-1985)
A Hungarian Memory. A portfolio 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; individually matted with a sequential number debossed on verso. Folio-sized tan linen clamshell box, with the photographer's name debossed on the front cover; the edition number 51, 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
Estimate $18,000 - 22,000
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.