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FS29: Two Day Fine Art Sale

Lewis Wickes Hine [1874-1940, Winsconsin, USA] - Antoinette Fazzino, Ten Years Old, Makes Irish Lace For Collars and Waists, After School Vintage Gelatin-silver Print

Auction Lot FS29/464

Lewis Wickes Hine [1874-1940, Winsconsin, USA] - Antoinette Fazzino, ten years old, makes Irish lace for collars and waists, after school vintage gelatin-silver print - approximately 12 x 17cm the original typed label of the National Child Labor Committee pasted verso on the mount reads, taken from another copy of this print, reads '2808 New York City Jan. 1912. Antoinette Fazzino, ten years old, makes Irish lace for collars and waists, after school Her younger brother (by the stove) said, ''Lace is too dam-cheap'. Antoinette wears glasses.' 303 E 149th Street, NY the boys in the front, row 4th and 5th from the left, were apparently marked up in blue pencil by Hine as a section blow-up for inclusion on a campaign poster.

Lewis Wickes Hine [1874-1940, Winsconsin, USA] - Antoinette Fazzino, Ten Years Old, Makes Irish Lace For Collars and Waists, After School Vintage Gelatin-silver Print (FS29/464) offered in our Two Day Fine Art Sale starting on 19th January 2016 at our salerooms in Exeter, Devon.

Lot Description

Lewis Wickes Hine [1874-1940, Winsconsin, USA] - Antoinette Fazzino, ten years old, makes Irish lace for collars and waists, after school vintage gelatin-silver print - approximately 12 x 17cm the original typed label of the National Child Labor Committee pasted verso on the mount reads, taken from another copy of this print, reads '2808 New York City Jan. 1912. Antoinette Fazzino, ten years old, makes Irish lace for collars and waists, after school Her younger brother (by the stove) said, ''Lace is too dam-cheap'. Antoinette wears glasses.' 303 E 149th Street, NY the boys in the front, row 4th and 5th from the left, were apparently marked up in blue pencil by Hine as a section blow-up for inclusion on a campaign poster.

Estimate

£400 - £600

Department

Pictures

Fine Art Category

Manuscripts and Photographs

Fine Art Knowledge Base

Sale Information

FS29: Two Day Fine Art Sale
Tuesday, 19th January 2016
Wednesday, 20th January 2016

Okehampton Street, Exeter

This lot will be sold after 10:00am on Wednesday, 20th January 2016 as part of the Oriental and European Ceramics and Glass section of the sale.

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