Group of three photographs of Picasso artwork, all from the collection of Alfred Barr. Comprises BURCKHARDT, RUDOLPH. "Six Bathers" Bronze 1957-58. Gelatin silver print, ferrotyped, 7 5/8 x 9 inches (194 x 227 mm), verso with Burckhardt's stamp (and that of Fine Art Associates), titled in pencil with a note "return to Barr" at upper right. Very light wear; YVROUD, L. [Pablo Picasso and boy, next to his bronze "Le Berger", early 1950s, Vallauris Golfe-Juan, France]. Gelatin silver print, 5 3/8 x 3 3/4 inches (136 x 950 mm), verso with the photographer's stamp, the notation "Barr", signed in pencil by Picasso. Minor wear, handling marks etc,; small gelatin silver print, photographer unknown, titled in pencil on verso titled "3 in a row all painted on 26-4-56", with "Barr" in pencil at upper left. Fine.
Barr was the first director of the Museum of Modern Art, and an authority on Picasso.
Sold for $1,500
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