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Anton BRUEHL

Hawker, Port Augusta, Australia 1900 – San Francisco, United States of America 1982

photographer

  • United States from 1919

The Fabric Group abroad no 40 1928
Collection Title: Weber & Heilbroner menswear, The Fabric Group, Anton Bruehl Papers, National Gallery of Australia Research Library
Title Notes: original art work photograph for Number 40 in the series of advertisements for Weber and Heilbroner menswear, New York, published 'The New Yorker', 23 June 1928 , with the caption 'When I was at home safe in New York, I longed for adventure - but this was going too far. Oh to be standing on a nice dry corner of Park Avenue! With a beautiful new Fabric Group suit to dazzle the eye of the passing throng!'
Creation Notes: published 'The New Yorker', 23 June 1928
Materials & Technique: photographs, gelatin silver photograph

Primary Insc: signed in pencil on verso
Secondary Insc: "When I was at home safe in New York, I longed for adventure - but this was going too far. Oh to be standing on a nice dry corner of Park Avenue! With a beautiful new Fabric Group suit to dazzle the eye of the passing throng!"
Dimensions: image 34.2 h x 26.8 w cm sheet 35.4 h x 28.0 w cm
Acknowledgement: Purchased 2000
Accession No: NGA 2000.377
Provenance:
  • The Estate of Anton Bruehl : Anton Bruehl Jr 1983 - 2006