MAN RAY IN PARIS
The American Modernist painter, Man Ray, spent the 1920s and 1930s in Paris where experimental expression was flourishing. This collection of eighty five photographs celebrates the artist's creativity in photography and recognizes Man Ray to be one of the most inventive and exciting artists of the twentieth century.
Publisher: J. Paul Getty Museum
Size: 7½x9½ inches
Item #: 3783324
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