Provenance matters

The value of a photograph is measured to a considerable degree by its quantitative availability, i.e. its exclusivity.

The Bock-Schroeder Foundation produces modern/estate prints from the original negatives. Every analog hand print is certified and editioned. The limited edition notice guarantees the uniqueness of each print. Prints are stamped with Peter Bock-Schroeder's original copyright stamp, and the Peter Bock-Schroeder Estate stamp. For authenticity reasons, all prints are signed verso by Jans Bock Schroeder with the print date and edition number.

Alaska 1952, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019 | Edition 1/8

Charly Schick, Golddigger
Charly Schick, Golddigger, Alaska 1952 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Alaska 1952, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019 | Edition 1/8

Girl with Bubble Gum
Alaska 1952 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Gum Moscow 1956, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

Gum Moscow
Gum Moscow 1956 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

After reopening as a department store in 1953, the GUM became one of the few stores in the Soviet Union that did not have shortages of consumer goods, and the queues of shoppers were long, often extending entirely across Red Square.

1956 Irish Greyhound Derby, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

2 men in Ireland
1956 Irish Greyhound Derby © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

The 1956 Irish Greyhound Derby took place during July and August with the final being held at Shelbourne Park in Dublin on 11 August 1956.

Cabo Blanco, Peru 1952, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

Cabo Blanco
Cabo Blanco, Peru 1952 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Looking at the unspectacular smattering of low-strung cabins and fishing boats on a scrubby cape on Peru’s North coast, you would never imagine that Cabo Blanco had played host to the likes of Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, Humphrey Bogart, Joe di Maggio and Ernest Hemingway.

Metro Moscow 1956, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

Metro Moscow
Metro Moscow 1956 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

The V-type trains were formerly from Berlin U-Bahn C-class trains from 1945 to 1969, until its complete demise in 1970. They were transported from the Berlin U-Bahn during the Soviet occupation. A-type and B-type trains were custom-made since the opening.

Pushkin State Museum 1956, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

Metro Moscow
Pushkin State Museum 1956 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Russian: Музей изобразительных искусств им. А.С. Пушкина, also known as ГМИИ) is the largest museum of European art in Moscow, located in Volkhonka street, just opposite the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.

Brothel Lima 1952, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

Brothel Lima Peru
Brothel Lima 1952 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Many of the migrant women, however, had been serving time for prostitution charges in French prisons, and upon arriving in the America found the sex trade provided them more independence than any arranged marriage to settlers.

Club Waikiki 1952, Modern Print: 30cm x 40cm | Print Date 2019

Club Waikiki
Club Waikiki, Lima Peru 1952 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

In 1942 Carlos Dogny founded Club Waikiki 2, and though it started out as just mats facing the sea, it was the first club for the exclusive practice of surfing in Peru. Today, Waikiki is one of the most famous and exclusive clubs of Lima.

Holland 1937, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

Boats
Holland 1937 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Douaumont Ossuary Verdun 1960, Modern Print: 28cm x 40cm | Print Date 2019

People looking into the Douaumont Ossuary
Douaumont Ossuary, Verdun 1960 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

The ossuary is a memorial containing the remains of both French and German soldiers who died on the Verdun battlefield. Through small outside windows, the skeletal remains of at least 130,000 unidentified combatants of both nations can be seen filling up alcoves at the lower edge of the building. On the inside of the ossuary building, the ceiling and walls are partly covered by plaques bearing names of French soldiers who died during the Battle of Verdun. A few of the names are from fighting that took place in the area during World War II, as well as for veterans of the Indochina and Algerian Wars. The families of the soldiers that are recognized here by name contributed to those individual plaques. In front of the monument, and sloping downhill lies the largest single French military cemetery of the First World War with 16,142 graves. It was inaugurated in 1923 by Verdun veteran André Maginot, who would later design the Maginot Line.

Peru 1952, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

Birds Peru
Peru 1952 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Bolivia 1953, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

Father and daughter at silvermine bolivia
Bolivia 1953 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Flute Player Peru 1952, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

Flute Player
Bolivia 1953 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Bolivia 1953, Modern Print: 50cm x 50cm | Print Date 2019

hand and skulls
Bolivia 1953 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Modern Prints from the Bock-Schroeder Foundation can be ordered solely in writing, by telephone or by appointment.

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Volga Hydroelectric Station 1956
Volga Hydroelectric Station 1956

Vintage Prints

The Bock-Schroeder Foundation sells Vintage prints from the 1950's and 1960's. A vintage print is a precious original. It was made during the artist's lifetime using materials and techniques that are no longer available today. A vintage print is generally crafted before 1970.

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Cadets, Moscow 1956
Cadets, Moscow 1956

Edition Box USSR 1956

The portfolio is available in an edition of 20 and contains 12 Fine Art Prints from the series USSR 1956 plus one unique color Vintage Print 6 x 6 cm

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