Bertram Park (1883–1972):French Chateau c. 1930, silver print, signed recto, Camera Club label and Bertram Park Studio, London label on mount verso. Image size: 10.5"x10.5", sheet size: 16.5"x12", mounted to 20"x16" board ($800–$1,400) — Starting Bid: $400
Mark Perrott:Steve 1981/later, archival pigment print, with a signed copy of the book Tattoo Witness, signed and dated verso. Image size: 29.625"x19.875", sheet size: 24"x24" ($1,000–$1,600) — Starting Bid: $500 Cover of the book Tattoo Witness. Exhibited at the Carnegie Museum of Art, OK Harris Works of Art, Westmoreland Museum of Art, Butler Institute of American Art.
Lauren Piperno:Fifer, Commander & Drum Major, from the series Living History: American Revolution War Reenactors & American Indian Powwows 2002, silver print from a Polaroid negative, ed. 2/3, signed verso. Image size: 12.0625"x9.875", sheet size: 14"x11" ($350–$700) — Starting Bid: $175 EXHIBITIONS
2009 Living History: American Revolutionary War Re-enactors & American Indian Powwows,
Art Society of Kingston (ASK), Kingston, NY.
2006 State of Siege: A Consideration of Re-enactment Photography, with group show catalogue, Fine Arts Center, University of Rhode Island, Providence, RI
2005 In Search Of Other Histories, with two-person catalogue, Berrie Art Center, Ramapo College, NJ
2004 Living History, Online Gallery, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
2003 Lauren Piperno, Coffee Gallery, Kingston, NY
Amie Potsic:Girl in the Garden #2 2019, archival pigment print, signed verso. Image size: 12.625"x8.375", sheet size: 16"x12" ($300–$500) — Starting Bid: $200 Published in Root Quarterly, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2020. Exhibited in solo exhibition Girl in the Garden: Danger in Paradise at Hot Bed/James Oliver Gallery, Philadelphia, 2019.
John Reef:Scottish Highlands 3202, Loch Earn, Central Highlands (Sculpture by Rob Mulholland) 2013, archival pigment print, signed recto, signed and titled verso. Image size: 8"x6.5", sheet size: 10"x8" ($200–$400) — Starting Bid: $100
Jose Maria Sert:Architectural Study c. 1910, silver print. Image size: 7.125"x7.25", sheet size: 7.125"x7.25" ($800–$1,200) — Starting Bid: $400 José María Sert (Barcelona, 1874-1945), one of the great Spanish muralists, was one of the most sought-after and controversial artists of his time. A descendant of the Catalan Renaixença (Renaissance) and trained in Modernism, he crafted his pictorial style on the stylistic trends of the time, applying aspects of Orientalism, the Baroque and a kind of Goya-esque Expressionism, as well as a potent imagination, to create and adapt themes based on a grandiloquent narrative. These characteristics made him an innovator of mural painting and a prolific artist, painting over seven thousand square metres in cathedrals, palaces, large rooms, private residences and town halls in various cities during his career.
H. L. Standley:The Ponderosa Pine, Colorado, Pike's Peak in the Far Distance c. 1920s, toned silver print, photographer's stamp, title, and other notations verso. Image size: 11"x14", sheet size: 11"x14" ($600–$1,200) — Starting Bid: $300 Standley's work is in the collection of the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum and the Autry Museum of the American West. Standley (1881–1951) worked as an outdoor photographer, concentrating on Colorado scenery. He operated a photography business in Colorado Springs for over 40 years.
Alfred Stieglitz:Snapshot—From My Window, New York 1902/1907, photogravure from Camera Work No. 20, October 1907. Image size: 7.25"x5.125", sheet size: 11.875"x8.25" ($1,800–$2,500) — Starting Bid: $1,200 The photogravure had been separated from the original mount in the past and was recently reattached with mulberry V-paper hinges at the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts in Philadelphia.