Lotte Jacobi Portrait of Thomas Mann Writer Princeton NJ 1936

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Lotte Jacobi, Thomas Mann, Writer, Princeton N.J., 1936. 35.5 cm x 27.5 cm (13 7/8 in x 10 7/8 in). Signed by the photographer.

 

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Lotte Jacobi, Thomas Mann, Writer, Princeton N.J., 1936. 35.5 cm x 27.5 cm (13 7/8 in x 10 7/8 in) Signed by the photographer in pencil on the front of the photograph, lower left-hand corner. Matted on five-inch wide archival mat board. Surface of the image is clean and free of scratching. One paper crease at the top, not affecting image and a minor expertly-mended tear on right-hand side, not affecting image. A fine, signed large print of  Lotte Jacobi’s legendary image of Germany’s great writer, taken by her of him while they both were in political exile from German National Socialism, in Princeton, New Jersey, 1936, a later print. See: Marion Beckers and Elisabeth Moortgat, Atelier Lotte Jacobi, Berlin – New York. Das Verborgene Museum, Nicolai, Berlin: 1998, Plate 96. Lotte Jacobi, Kelly Wise, editor. Addison House, Danbury, New Hampshire: 1978. Page 107. Peter Moriarty, Lotte Jacobi, David R. Godine, Boston: 2003, Page 60.

Lotte Jacobi's "Thomas Mann, Writer Princeton NJ" 1936
Signature of Lotte Jacobi. Lotte Jacobi, Thomas Mann, Writer, Princeton N.J., 1936. 35.5 cm x 27.5 cm (13 7/8 in x 10 7/8 in) Signed by the photographer in pencil on the front of the photograph, lower left-hand corner. Matted on five-inch wide archival mat board. Surface of the image is clean and free of scratching. One paper crease at the top, not affecting image and a minor expertly-mended tear on right-hand side, not affecting image. A fine, signed large print of  Lotte Jacobi’s legendary image of Germany’s great writer, taken by her of him while they both were in political exile from German National Socialism, in Princeton, New Jersey, 1936, a later print. See: Marion Beckers and Elisabeth Moortgat, Atelier Lotte Jacobi, Berlin – New York. Das Verborgene Museum, Nicolai, Berlin: 1998, Plate 96. Lotte Jacobi, Kelly Wise, editor. Addison House, Danbury, New Hampshire: 1978. Page 107. Peter Moriarty, Lotte Jacobi, David R. Godine, Boston: 2003, Page 60.

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