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A rare silverprint By Paul Haviland
Paul Haviland (1880-1950)
This silverprint belongs to a small group of photo’s which has been acquired from the Haviland family estate.
Paul Haviland was a well known photographer around 1910-1920 when he was working closely with Alfred Stieglitz in the so called New York Secession. Gallery 291 or ‘291’ was opened by Stieglitz en Edward Steichen in 1905 as Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession and Haviland frequented and exhibited there regulary.
In this vintage silverprint we see Suzanne Bouret, a good friend of his spouse Suzanne Lalique.
Compare the negative PHO 1993 4 13 in Musée D’Orsay