Key Set Entry
A review of the 1934 exhibition stated, “Now and then Stieglitz experiments with double exposure, as in the ‘Dualities’ of 1932” (see Edward Alden Jewell, “Stieglitz in Retrospect,” The New York Times [16 December 1934], section 2, 9). Another review identifies Dualities as “a portrait made two years ago . . . [a] double exposure of a woman’s face” (see E. C. S., “Alfred Stieglitz’s Prints,” The Christian Science Monitor [22 December 1934], section 2, 10).
A corresponding print was given to the following institution(s) by Alfred Stieglitz during his lifetime, or was received or acquired from the estate:
The Art Institute of Chicago, 1949.739
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 70.1950
A print corresponding with this photograph can also be found in the following collection(s):
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1982-94-1
A print from the same negative—perhaps a photograph from the Gallery’s collection—appeared in the following exhibition(s) during Alfred Stieglitz’s lifetime:
1934, New York (no. 35, as Dualities, 1932)
by Georgia O'Keeffe, on mount, upper left verso, in graphite: 248C
by later hand, on mount, lower right verso, in graphite: 026
Georgia O'Keeffe; gift to NGA, 1949.
Associated NamesO'Keeffe, Georgia
- Photographs by Alfred Stieglitz, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, March 16–April 27, 1958
- Greenough, Sarah. Alfred Stieglitz: The Key Set: The Alfred Stieglitz Collection of Photographs. Washington, 2002: vol. 2, cat. 1464.