Fine Prints & Photography

October 26 — 31, 2019
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LOT 47

Lot 47

Sam Tata (1911–2005)

Sam Tata (1911–2005)
Lot 47 Details
Sam Tata (1911–2005), Indian/Canadian

ROBERT FRANK, (NOVEMBER 9, 1924- SEPTEMBER 9, 2019), MONTREAL, 1977

Gelatin silver print; signed, titled and dated 1977 at Montreal to the mount
Sight 6 x 9.25 in — 15.2 x 23.5 cm

Estimate $800-$1,000

Realised: $960
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

Lot Report

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Sam Tata (1911–2005)
  • Sam Tata (1911–2005)
  • Sam Tata (1911–2005)
Provenance:

Private Collection, Toronto

Note:

In the 1940s, Tata moved to India and met famed photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, who became both an inspiration and a friend.

In 1956, Tata immigrated to Canada and established himself in Montreal as a talented magazine photojournalist and portraitist of artists, writers, poets and fellow photographers.

CONDITION DETAILS

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