Item #54625 BAD NEWS. Edmund Sterling.

BAD NEWS:

New York: The Camera Club of New York, 1902. Hand-pulled photogravure, 5 1/2 x 4 3/16 inches [13.98 x 10.63 cm] printed on a woven stock which is mounted on a colored stock, 10 7/8 x 7 5/8 inches [27.62 x 19.37 cm] with the printed tissue guard. The top right and lower left corners of the color leaf are creased, with moderate chipping along the right edge. Near fine. Item #54625

The image is a fine, full-tone photogravure from removed from CAMERA NOTES Volume 5, Number 4.

Edmund Sterling (1861 - 1948) was a reporter and editor for the Philadelphia Public Ledger for better than fifty years. He served as the secretary of the Photographic Society of Philadelphia; in 1901, along with John G. Bullock and Robert S. Redfield, exhibited at the Camera Club New York. In 1902, he was admitted to the Linked Ring and the Photo-Secession.

Price: $500.00

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