Stephen Sondheim


Pigment print of Bob Weingarten's portrait of Stephen Sondheim from his "Portraits without People" series. Background image is George Seurat's Sunday in the Park. Elements include lyrics from Sunday in the Park with George - "How there's always something to see How you have to step a bit back to see", exterior of the home of George Gershwin, a poster of a woman, and a prominent central figure - a Tony award. "RW" blindstamp, "AP" and signed by photographer along bottom edge.

Date Made: 2009

Maker: Weingarten, Robert I.

Place Made: United States: California, Malibu

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Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 2008.0179.06Accession Number: 2008.0179Catalog Number: 2008.0179.06

Object Name: pigment printPigment Print

Physical Description: paper (overall material)Measurements: overall: 44 in x 60 in; 111.76 cm x 152.4 cm


Record Id: nmah_1349046

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