tan card with red text in German and two applied black and white photographs; photograph at left of seated man holding cane with a top hat on table at PL; photograph at right of a man in a white lab coat developing photographs, with bottles on shelves in background

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New Year's Card with Self Portrait, At Work in his Darkroom/Celebration of 100th Anniversary of the Invention of Photography, 1939

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Martin Weinstein has had an extraordinary impact upon the quality and scope of Mia’s photography collection. Possessed of a keenly informed eye and mind, and never without a sense of humor, Martin has offered yet another collection of works to delight and inspire another generation of photography enthusiasts at Mia. Each work could stand alone as a point of departure for research and display; together, they reveal the idiosyncratic discernment of a mind entranced by the long history of a generous medium.

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Title
New Year's Card with Self Portrait, At Work in his Darkroom/Celebration of 100th Anniversary of the Invention of Photography
Artist Life
1876–1964
Role
Photographer
Accession Number
2019.148.2
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tan card with red text in German and two applied black and white photographs; photograph at left of seated man holding cane with a top hat on table at PL; photograph at right of a man in a white lab coat developing photographs, with bottles on shelves in background

© Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur – August Sander Archiv, Cologne / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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