The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo da Roca - The westernmost point of Continental Europe [6 am] (Part 1-8), Thomas Joshua Cooper
Thomas Joshua Cooper
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo da Roca - The westernmost point of Continental Europe [6 am] (Part 1-8)
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Thomas Joshua Cooper

The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo da Roca - The westernmost point of Continental Europe [6 am] (Part 1-8), 1994


Einzelteil
101.0 x 129.0 cm
Physical Description
Gelatin silver print on baryta paper
Inventory Number
DZF 132-139
Acquisition
DZ BANK Art Collection at the Städel Museum
Status
See Parts

Work Data

Basic Information

Title
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo da Roca - The westernmost point of Continental Europe [6 am] (Part 1-8) (Original Title)
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Part
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo da Roca - The westernmost point of Continental Europe [6 am] (Part 1)
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo Carvoeiro (Part 2)
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo Espichel (#1) (Part 3)
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo Espichel (#2) (Part 4)
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Punta da Sagres (Part 5)
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo São Vincente - The North Atlantic Ocean - The southwesternmost point of Continental Europe. (#1) [6am] (Part 6)
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo São Vincente - The North Atlantic Ocean - The southwesternmost point of Continental Europe. (#2) [midnight] (Part 7)
The World’s Edge, Á Beira do Mundo, Remembering Magellan - The Atlantic Ocean, Five Capes, Portugal : Cabo São Vincente - The North Atlantic Ocean - The southwesternmost point of Continental Europe. (#3) [6am the next day] (Part 8)
Edition
3 + 3 AP
Period Produced
Object Type
Physical Description
Gelatin silver print on baryta paper
Material
Technique

Property and Acquisition

Institution
Administration
Collection
Creditline
DZ BANK Kunstsammlung im Städel Museum, Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main
Picture Copyright
© Joshua Thomas Cooper
Acquisition
DZ BANK Art Collection at the Städel Museum

Work Content

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Primary
  • 25H23 sea (seascape)
  • 23R141 night ~ landscape (sometimes titled 'Nox')
  • 61D(CABO DA ROCA) geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (CABO DA ROCA) (CABO DA ROCA)
  • 61D(CABO CARVOEIRO) geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (CABO CARVOEIRO) (CABO CARVOEIRO)
  • 61D(CABO ESPICHEL) geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (CABO ESPICHEL) (CABO ESPICHEL)
  • 61D(PUNTA DA SAGRES) geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (PUNTA DA SAGRES) (PUNTA DA SAGRES)
  • 61D(CABO SÃO VINCENTE) geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (CABO SÃO VINCENTE) (CABO SÃO VINCENTE)
  • 25H2321(ATLANTIC OCEAN) ocean (ATLANTIC OCEAN)
  • 61D(PORTUGAL) geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (PORTUGAL) (PORTUGAL)
  • 25H2311 wave
  • 25H112 rocks

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