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Henry Moore and his daughter Mary. Mary most happily takes over the carving tool from her father
(c. 1954)

Medium
gelatin silver photograph
Measurements
24.4 × 18.5 cm (image) 24.8 × 19.0 cm (sheet)
Inscription
inscribed in blue ballpoint pen on reverse u.l.: Mary most happily takes / over from her father the carving tool
inscribed in ballpoint pen on reverse c.l.: 1 (in a circle)
artist stamp in purple ink on reverse u.r.: Als Photograph zu nennen / FELIX H. MAN, Copyright / Original nur leihweise, zurück an:
stamped in purple ink on reverse u.r.: BILDPOST / G. BAUMANN / Frelburg l. Br. / EggstraBe 22
inscribed in ballpoint pen on reverse c.r.: Henry Moore / and Mary / ca 54
artist stamp in ink (diagonally) on reverse c.: FELIX H. MAN / No.
inscribed in ballpoint pen on reverse c.r.: Felix H. Man
inscribed in pencil on reverse l.c.: vintage
artist stamp in ink on reverse l.c.r.: FHM (F reversed) (monogram)
Accession Number
PH90-1990
Department
International Photography
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Presented through The Art Foundation of Victoria by Mrs Lieselott Man, Member, 1990
Gallery location
Late 19th & early 20th Century Paintings & Decorative Arts Gallery
Level 2, NGV International