The Pencil Sharpener by Pedro Guerrero, Framed
Pedro was nearly out of film when he was called in to photograph Wright in Taliesin West office in 1947. Wright was sharpening a pencil when Pedro walked in. Pedro took one shot and the architect looked up. He took another. Wright said, "What do you want me to do now?" Pedro said, "Nothing, Mr. Wright. I'm finished." But these two images are among the most celebrated of Guerrero's portraits of Wright.
Creator: Pedro E. Guerrero
© 2020 The Estate of Pedro E. Guerrero
Overall Frame Size: 17.75" W x 21.39" H
Image Size: 12.00" W x 15.64" H
Mat Width: 2.00"
Moulding Width: 0.7500"
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