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Image: Untitled (Montage of Faces and Eyes)

Photo Credit: copy photo: J. Giammatteo

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Untitled (Montage of Faces and Eyes)

ca. 1956
20th century
223 x 342 mm (8.8 x 13.5 in.)

Harry Callahan, American, (1912–1999)

Alternative title: Untitled (Collage of Faces and Eyes)
Object Type: photograph
Medium and Support: Dye transfer print
Marks: Inscribed in pencil on verso, lower left corner: “500:6:5.2”; inscribed in blue crayon on verso, lower left corner: “3”
Credit Line: Gift of Charles Traub in honor of his Wesleyan associates, colleagues, students and friends, including Edoardo Ballerini (BA Wesleyan 1992), Luigi Ballerini (BA Wesleyan 1962), Martha Fleming-Ives (BA Wesleyan 2009), Thomas Huhn (Wesleyan Professor of Philosophy and Letters), Jonathan Lipkin (BA Wesleyan 1992), Danae Oratowski (BA Wesleyan 1992), David Rhodes (BA Wesleyan 1968), David Schorr (Wesleyan Professor of Art), and Sarah Schorr (BA Wesleyan 2003)
Accession Number: 2013.28.6

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This object has the following keywords:
  • eyes - From TGM: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/tgm/item/tgm003779
  • montages - Works produced by the technique of montage. If photographs dominate the composition, use "photomontages."
  • photomontages - Use for combinations of photographic images, or photographic with other images, such as architectural drawings, usually arranged into a somewhat unified image. For photographs produced by printing two or more negatives as one unified image, use "composite photographs." When pieces of photographs or other relatively flat materials are pasted together into less unified images, use "collages." [April 1991 descriptor moved.]

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  • image Dimensions: 223 x 342 mm (8.8 x 13.5 in.)

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