Carole Thompson Fine Art
UNTITLED (CHILD AS SCHOOL SIGN)
1972
Chromogenic-coupler photograph
4.5 X 3 inches
WILLIAM EGGLESTON

When first making color photos, Eggleston tried not to be aware whether or not he had color or black-and-white film in his camera. Known as the "Breakthrough Photographs," these earliest prints were developed by Kodak as snapshot-like tiny prints. Many are unique. All are signed. Each is an amazing work of art.

All dates are circa.
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