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A. Quincy Jones Brody House photograph by Julius Shulman

The Brody House, designed by A. Quincy Jones circa 1950, exemplifies sophisticated modernism; a modernism void of the common economic limitations post-war architects faced when building commissioned houses. LAMA is representing material from the A. Quincy Jones and Elaine K. Sewell Jones Estate in the May 23, 2010 Modern Art & Design auction.  A lot offering of eight Julius Shulman vintage photographs of A. Quincy Jones buildings contains one photograph of the Sidney and Frances Brody Residence, which is stamped “ Photography by Julius Shulman, 1316-2″. This vintage silver gelatin photograph features a great room with many Billy Haines designed furnishings. This is a fantastic opportunity to own a Julius Shulman vintage photograph of an important modernist house.

A. Quincy Jones Brody House photograph by Julius Shulman, To be offered in LAMA May 23, 2010 Modern Art & Design Auction

Julius Shulman vintage photographs lot information:

Lot 114

Julius Shulman

A. Quincy Jones buildings(8)

Printed circa 1950s-60s

Vintage Silver Gelatin prints

Each retains “Photography by Julius Shulman” ink

stamp and inventory numbers

Comprised of images of St. Matthews Church,

Sidney Brody Residence, Sascha Brastoff Factory &

Showroom (4) and Klein Norton & Co building (2)

Each 8.5” x 11.5”

$2,000-3,000

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