Alfred Stieglitz notes, 1915 Nov. 15.


Stieglitz, Alfred, 1864-1946. Alfred Stieglitz notes, 1915 Nov. 15.

Alfred Stieglitz notes, 1915 Nov. 15.

Referring to the copy of '291' within Getty's holdings, Stieglitz writes: "This set of '291' has been specially selected. Please handle it with great care. The Rhoades is hand-colored (110.2) colored by de Zaras. The Picabia is colored by himself, (No. 4). The Marin colored by himself, (No. 4). The 'Steerage' printed under supervision of Alfred Stieglitz (No. 7-8)."

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