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Jack Robinson
Hats on the Beach, Silver Gelatin Print

1959 (Printed Later)

About the Item

"Hats on the Beach." This fashion photograph features two models playing checkers on the beach in coordinating swimsuits and monochrome hats. Robinson was a frequent contributor to the fashion features in the New York Times Magazine, and this photograph was taken on assignment for a feature on swimsuits. The photograph is undated but believed to have been taken in 1959. Silver gelatin print on Ilford Galerie Baryta paper Edition of 25 Estate signed and stamped Certificate of Authenticity provided Print on 20" x 24" paper We print on Thursdays. Prints typically ship out in 2-3 weeks, depending upon the day we receive the order. We are happy to ship to a framer of your choice. Please feel free to contact the gallery with any questions.
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