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Dmitri Baltermants

(1912 -  1990 ) Wikipedia® : Dmitri Baltermants
BALTERMANTS Dmitri Grief (ditch Of Kertsch)

Phillips, De Pury & Luxembourg /Sep 30, 2013
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Dmitri Baltermants - She Found Her Husband...

Dmitri Baltermants - She Found Her Husband...

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Lot number: 57
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BALTERMANTS, DMITRY (1912-1990) She Found Her Husband..., from the Series “That's How it Was”, stamped with the photographer's stamp and the photographer's estate stamp, titled in Cyrillic, inscribed “seriya “Tak eto bylo” and dated “(Kerch 1942 g.)” on the reverse. Gelatin silver print, 30.5 by 40.5 cm. Photographed in January 1942, printed c. 1970. The photograph depicts the massacre of Kerch residents by the Nazis in 1941. One of the women, V. Tereshchenko, is captured searching among the bodies for her husband. The photograph was published in the Ogoniok magazine in March 1942. Provenance: Estate of the photographer.
Dmitri Baltermants - From A Day Of Grief, Kerch, Crimea

Dmitri Baltermants - From A Day Of Grief, Kerch, Crimea

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Lot number: 4089
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Lot 4089: Baltermants, Dimitri: From a Day of Grief, Kerch, Crimea Description: "From a Day of Grief, Kerch, Crimea". 1942/printed 1980s. Gelatin silver print. 30,5 x 40,5 cm. Authentication stamp, photographer's stamp and annotated in marker on the verso. Minimal buckling in edges, otherwise in very good condition. Baltermants, Dimitri
Dmitri Baltermants - Grief (ditch Of Kerch)

Dmitri Baltermants - Grief (ditch Of Kerch)

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Lot number: 52
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Dmitri Baltermants Grief (Ditch of Kerch), 1942 Gelatin silver print, printed circa 1960. 23.6 x 33 cm (9 1/4 x 12 7/8 in.) Credited, titled, dated in English, Cyrillic in an unidentified hand in pencil, credit and various Ogonyok magazine stamps on the verso. Provenance Acquired directly from the artist Private Collection Bonhams, London, 17 May 2012, lot 19 Literature Photographic exhibition of Dmitri Baltermants, People and Events , exhib. cat, USSR-Great Britain Society, 1964, n.p.
Dmitri Baltermants - Grief (ditch Of Kertsch)

Dmitri Baltermants - Grief (ditch Of Kertsch)

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Lot number: 155
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PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED CALIFORNIA COLLECTION DMITRI BALTERMANTS Grief (Ditch of Kertsch), 1942 Large-format gelatin silver print, printed later. 19 1/8 x 23 in. (48.6 x 58.4 cm) Copyright credit stamp and various annotations in an unidentified hand in ink on the verso. Provenance G. Ray Hawkins Gallery, Los Angeles
Dmitri Baltermants - Grief (ditch Of Kertsch)

Dmitri Baltermants - Grief (ditch Of Kertsch)

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Lot number: 194A
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BALTERMANTS, DMITRI (1912-1990) "Grief (Ditch of Kertsch)." Oversized, ferrotyped silver print, 20x33 1/2 inches (50.8x85.1 cm.), flush mounted, with Baltermants's hand stamps, his notations, in Cyrillic, and additional notations, in pencil, in an unknown hand, on mount verso. 1942; printed in the 1960s-1970s Estimate $9,000-12,000 Apparently a scarce exhibition print of one of Baltermants's most iconic image of World War II, in which Russian family members are looking for their dead loved ones in the Crimea.
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