Title: The Clam Digger
Image Size: 12.25”x16”
Outside dimensions: 19” x 23”
This photogravure print is the first edition of Remastered Originals made by the Curtis Legacy Foundation of Edward S. Curtis’ work originating in the early 1900s. This reproduction, made from actual vintage glass plate negatives from the Curtis Studio, is hand-signed and dated, on the back, by John Edward Graybill, the great-grandson of Edward Curtis.
This print is released on October 31, 2019 on Hahnemühle Cooperplate Fine Art paper using Gamlin Etching Ink. Cone Editions in Topsham, Vermont, created this photogravure under the direct instruction and participation of the foundation.
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The Clam Digger
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