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Hanna Seidel
Colombia, Palm Trees, Black and White Photography, 1960s, 24 .4x 24, 2 cm

ca. 1960s

About the Item

Hanna Seidel (1925 to 2005) lived and worked in Argentina for many years. She was a world traveller, journeying to South America in the 1950s and to Central America, Japan, India, and the USSR in the 1960s.In the invitation to an exhibition of her works in 2003, one reads: "Hanna Seidel, observing the world through her camera lens, could capture everyday situtations in a unique manner."A touring exhibition containing 100 selected photographs entitled "From Rio Grande to Cape Horn" was organised by the Commerzbank and Lufthansa in 1965 and had its opening in the Cologne branch of the bank, Unter Sachsenhausen. At the time, the press described the works as being of "enchanting beauty and dignity."The exhibition of 1965 was curated by Hanna Seidel. Vintageprints offered for collectors come from this selection, each work is unique and exists only once, created as a unique print for the exhibition. Title: Colombia, Palm Trees, Black and White Photography, 1960s, 24 .4x 24,2 cm Keywords: Hanna Seidel, photography, black and white, vintage, southamerica, Colombia, 1960s, 1970s, 70s, 60s, culture, free Odeer Fine Art stands for the high-quality curation and provision of unique vintage photographs. The collection is made up of exclusive bequests from renowned photo agencies and private estates. We are pleased to bring these photography treasures to the public and to give them new possibilities of perception.
  • Creator:
    Hanna Seidel (1925 - 2005, German)
  • Creation Year:
    ca. 1960s
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 9.61 in (24.4 cm)Width: 9.53 in (24.2 cm)Depth: 0.01 in (0.2 mm)
  • Medium:
  • Movement & Style:
  • Period:
  • Condition:
  • Gallery Location:
    Cologne, DE
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU132210856552
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