Walter Gropius, 1967

Size: 13 x 19 inches
archival pigment print





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"Walter Gropius. Arizona, 1967. German architect and founder of the Bauhaus School. I said 'Mr. Gropius, nice to meet you.' He said 'Just Grope. Call me Grope, Bob. Grope.' The first swallow of his beer at dinner and the first puff of his post-dinner cigar when to his wife, Ise. They were at the dude ranch in Arizona. I always liked the LIFE caption: 'When Walter Gropius playfully squeezes spurts of water skyward, the droplets in their trajectory trace a beautiful design in the air. They wouldn't dare to do otherwise.'"


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