The M.T. Abraham Foundation photographic archive includes transparencies, slides and digital images of nearly all works in our collection. These images can be provided to institutions borrowing artwork or for publication purposes. Publishers, writers, museums and universities or any other accredited institution may use the M.T. Abraham Foundation archive by submitting a written request for the loan of photographic material, and/or permission to reproduce images of artworks that are in the M.T. Abraham Foundation collections.
In exchange for the loan of photographic material, the foundation requires that the publisher (all institutions and individuals) provide a complimentary copy of the publication in which the M.T. Abraham Foundation – owned artwork appears. E-mails or letters of request should include the name of the publication, its intended distribution and its prospective publication date. For photographic images please e-mail a detailed request, including the title of the medium, year, size and format.
Born in 1834 as Hilaire-Germain-Edgar de Gas, the artist (Edgar Degas) began sculpting in wax circa 1860. He modeled a...read more