László Moholy-Nagy Fotogramm: After the 1926 original gelatin silver print. This avant garde image is an archival pigment print printed on 100% rag paper, matted in archival white board, and custom framed in vintage solid maple with gold leaf and anti-glare glass. 28 × 22 inches framed size. This artist was introduced to me by my father who owned his book Vision in Motion.
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art: “Moholy-Nagy played a key role at the Bauhaus in Weimar and Dessau as a painter, graphic artist, teacher, and impassioned advocate of avant-garde photography. He made this image without a camera by placing ordinary objects, including his hand and a paintbrush, on a sheet of photosensitized paper and exposing it to light.”