Color photograph of an older man (unknown) holding a pipe to his mouth with his left hand sitting at a table. He is wearing a wedding band on his left ring finger. He is dressed in a gray suit, white shirt, matching gray vest and a diagonally striped tie. He appears to be at some sort of event. The photograph is set into a black wooden frame with metallic-gold Greek key design around the inside perimeter. There is a narrow gold matting around the picture. On the back of the frame is a print of an etching of a scene in ancient Rome. Possibly the Teatro di Marcello or Piazza di Spangna.
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Photograph, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/10531. Accessed 01/16/21.