limited Edition Gallery sell cool collectable coveted contemporary and affordable original and limited edition art
depression, us, usa, united, states, americas, america, farms, security, administrations, migrants, southern, states, blacks, negro, afros, afro-american, americans, shacks, barbers, shops, mississippi, 1935, 1936, 1937, stores, racial, african-american, africans, poor, peoples
Process
In contrast to the plethora of low quality posters on the market, Limited Edition Gallery is making available to it's customers some high quality prints reproduced from a direct digital scan of the original 1936 5x4 negative. Printed individually and with care, using pigment ink onto a very high quality, heavy weight art paper, the prints are not signed nor part of a limited edition but give those that would appreciate it the chance of owning a quality print of this important and iconic American photograph shot by Walker Evans.
Story
Between 1935 and 1936 Walker Evans shot on assignment for the US Resettlement Administration, a New Deal agency in the Department of Agriculture later known as the Farm Security Administration (FSA) documenting the effects of the Depression primarily in the Southern United States.
Looking at the photograph you can see that on of the barbershops is called 'New Deal Barber Shop'.

Vicksburg
Open Edition
Method: Giclee
Medium: Photography
Substrate: German Etching Art Paper
Edition Size: N/A
Signature: Unsigned
Artwork Ref:   401
Dimensions:  46  x  36  cm
Dimensions:  18  x  14  inches
depression, us, usa, united, states, americas, america, farms, security, administrations, migrants, southern, states, blacks, negro, afros, afro-american, americans, shacks, barbers, shops, mississippi, 1935, 1936, 1937, stores, racial, african-american, africans, poor, peoples
In Stock
Price  £54.00 / € / $  inc VAT/Tax
VAT/Tax is deducted at the checkout when you import to a country outside the European Union (EU)