Manuel Álvarez BravoLa Hija de los Danzantes (The Daughter of the Dancers), 1933

£10,500

Signed and inscribed 'México' on reverse

Silver gelatin print, printed c. 1990

9 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches

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Manuel Alvarez Bravo, 'Dancers Daughter'

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Signed and inscribed 'México' on reverse

Silver gelatin print, printed c. 1990

9 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches

Print

This artwork is a silver gelatin print, printed c. 1990. Signed by the artist and inscribed 'México' on the reverse.

Framing

For this picture, we recommend book-mounting the print in a wide passepartout and framing in a black wooden box. It is widely accepted as the most traditional way to frame photography—especially rare or vintage works—giving visual priority to the image and yet fitting stylishly into most interiors. Other options are of course available. All our frames are handmade by one of the UK's leading framing workshops, and are constructed to museum standards. Please note that prices do not include local taxes, framing or shipping.

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Artwork In Detail

This artwork is a silver gelatin print, printed c. 1990. Signed by the artist and inscribed ‘México’ on the reverse.

    Manuel Alvarez Bravo, 'Dancers Daughter, 1933'
    Manuel Alvarez Bravo, 'Dancers Daughter'

    Manuel Álvarez Bravo

    La Hija de los Danzantes (The Daughter of the Dancers), 1933

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    Manuel Álvarez Bravo

    Mexico

    B. 1902 - 2002

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    The Artist

    Manuel Álvarez Bravo is one of the most important figures in 20th century Latin American photography. During the 1920s, Bravo would photograph Mexico City’s people, nature and historic buildings, expressing the essence of his country with his lens. His early work was influenced by the European avant-gardes, particularly Cubism and Surrealism, and by Mexican muralism.

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