Anne-Marie Merkel par Kertész

André Kertész :: Portrait of Miss R., 1926. Silver Gelatin Print on baryta paper. | src Städel Museum
The mysterious Mrs. R. exudes a strange mix of distance and intimacy, strength and fragility. Her heavy-lidded eyes are half closed and her melancholy gaze cuts straight through the onlooker. Kertész’s photographs are steeped in silent poetry.
André Kertész :: Anne-Marie Merkel, 1926. | src Art Institute Chicago
André Kertész :: Anne-Marie Merkel, 1926. Printed on carte postale paper. | src Art Institute Chicago
André Kertész :: Anne-Marie Merkel [Mme Repsz], Paris, 1926-27. | src The J. Paul Getty Museum
Anna-Marie Merkel was an artist from Berlin who, along with André Kertész, was a habitué of the Café du Dôme in Montparnasse. She was one of several women he photographed in 1927.

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