Object: Stone in hand, sun.
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|Title||Stone in hand, sun.|
Culbert, Bill (photographer), 1983, France
|Medium summary||black and white photograph, gelatin silver print|
|Materials||mounting board, resin-coated paper, silver, photographic gelatin|
|Classification||gelatin silver prints, black-and-white prints, black-and-white photographs, works of art|
|Credit line||Gift of the artist, 1994|
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