Franz Roh

German (Apolda, Germany, 1890 - 1965, Munich, Germany)

Nackt im Auto (oder: Fleisch und Metall) (Naked in Car [or: Flesh and Metal])

ca. 1927-1928
photograph | gelatin silver print
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  • Nackt im Auto (oder: Fleisch und Metall) (Naked in Car [or: Flesh and Metal])

    Franz Roh, Nackt im Auto (oder: Fleisch und Metall) (Naked in Car [or: Flesh and Metal]), ca. 1927-1928; gelatin silver print, 6 5/16 in. x 8 9/16 in. (16.03 cm x 21.75 cm); Collection SFMOMA, Fund of the 80s purchase; © Estate of Franz Roh


6 5/16 in. x 8 9/16 in. (16.03 cm x 21.75 cm)
Acquired 1984
Collection SFMOMA
Fund of the 80s purchase
© Estate of Franz Roh
84.155

Tags

women, nudes, sitting, automobiles, hands, rings, steering wheels, driving, shadows


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