Photograph by black photographer "Teeny" Harris
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Harris (1908 1998) chronicled the life of the black residents of Pittsburgh from 1936 for the black newspaper the "Pittsburgh Courier." His archive is now in the collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art.
The man is broadly smiling, and so is the attractive photographer. There is graffiti on the wall: "Franklin/my love" and "Meathead."
Harris's studio label is on the verso.
- Yonkers, New York
- Seller Since 1970
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- Fine Art
- Charles "Teeny" Harris
- Width: 10 inches
- Height: 8 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0 pound
- Good, no damage, slight sense of handling