Richard Gangel and technicians examining a transparency of El Greco's The Burial of Count Orgaz for the Life Magazine exhibition Illuminations of fifty great paintings
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The three men stand before the transparency, which is hanging upside down. Identification on attachment on verso (typewritten): A transparency of the lower section of El Greco's huge canvas ... is examined by Life Magazine's Richard Gangel and technicians. Enlargements of all the transparencies in the exhibition "Illuminations of fifty great paintings" were made by the David Dean Color Laboratory, Stamford, Connecticut.
Richard Gangel and technicians examining a transparency of El Greco's The Burial of Count Orgaz for the Life Magazine exhibition Illuminations of fifty great paintings, 1956 / unidentified photographer. American Federation of Arts records, 1895-1993, bulk 1909-1969. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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