Photograph by Dimitri Kessel

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Dimitri Kessel (American, 1902-1995) shot this dramatic photograph on the banks of the Yangtze river as part of a photo essay for Life Magazine in 1946. It is a gelatin silver print, and is signed in pencil by the photographer.
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Creator
Dmitri Kessel (Photographer)
Of the Period
Modern
Place of Origin
United States
Date of Manufacture
1946
Period
1940-1949
Materials and Techniques
Silver Gelatin Print
Condition
Good
Dimensions
15 in. H x 19 in. W
38 cm H x 48 cm W
Dealer Location
Los Angeles, CA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
LU80911506232
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