Sale of Gertrude Southworth Historic Photographs
August 7 - September 18, 2010
Curated by Rick Chapman
Gertrude Southworth would be delighted to know that her work has been rediscovered in the 21st Century. From the 1890s through the 1930s, she used her Kodak camera and artistic eye to capture events in Bolinas, from beach picnics to shipwrecks. Today her images are both fine photography and invaluable windows onto history.
This is our second collection of Southworth images offered for sale in large format limited edition prints. The size, averaging 22″ x 13″, and clarity of these archival laser prints reveal a treasure trove of fascinating details.