Howard Fried

American (Cleveland, Ohio, 1946)

Long John Servil vs. Long John Silver

1972
photograph | gelatin silver prints mounted on four panels
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  • Long John Servil vs. Long John Silver

    Howard Fried, Long John Servil vs. Long John Silver, 1972; gelatin silver prints mounted on four panels, 49 5/8 in. x 41 in. (126.05 cm x 104.14 cm); Collection SFMOMA, Purchase with the aid of funds from Rene di Rosa and the Soap Box Derby Fund; © Howard Fried


49 5/8 in. x 41 in. (126.05 cm x 104.14 cm)
Acquired 1981
Collection SFMOMA
Purchase with the aid of funds from Rene di Rosa and the Soap Box Derby Fund
© Howard Fried
81.98.A-D

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