Item #List2003 Photograph of a Seated Woman, c. 1910s. African-American Photographers - New York, Walter Baker.
[African-American Photographers - New York] Baker, Walter

Photograph of a Seated Woman, c. 1910s.

New York: 1910-1920. Photograph measuring 5 x 3 ½ inches on larger mount. Some fading to image, wear to mount, very good. Very Good. Item #List2003

Walter Baker was a founder of the Colored Photographers Association and owned and operated a studio and school on Lenox Avenue at 133rd Street in New York in the early twentieth century. He was one of the best-known and most prolific photographers in Harlem during the period. Offered here is an example of his work, a photograph of an unidentified seated woman in formal dress.

Price: $450.00