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Ingres's Violin

Ingres's Violin, Man Ray
Ingres's Violin, zoomed in
29.6 cmIngres's Violin scale comparison22.7 cm
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Ingres's Violin (Le Violon d'Ingres) is a Dadaist Gelatin Silver Print and Photography Photographic Print created by Man Ray in 1924. It lives at the The J. Paul Getty Museum in the United States. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged The Nude in Art and Women. Source

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