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Tate Shôten, Nagoya, Japan,

Gelatin silver print with selenium toning

Dimensions (Image): 504 x 405 mm (19.8 x 15.9 in.)

Signed in pencil on verso, lower right: “William Johnston”; inscribed in pencil on verso, lower left: “Mei 50 AP2 4 xi 96” [Nov. 4, 1996 printing date]

Accession number: 1997.14.1

Gift of the artist, 1997

The words on the hammer read “Tate” (family name) plus “Shôten” (business: a hardware store sign); “Mei” is a transliteration for the first character in Nagoya.

Work Type: photograph

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