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Carnival Carney Hustler
Oregon State Fair
Summer 1966

16x20 Inch Archival Giclee Print, true archival print, 150+ years
Satin Paper, Pigmented Inks
Image Dimensions @ 12x18 Inches with white border
Signed/Titled and Dated by Clyde Keller
Presented in Archival Sleeve, Unframed
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
PRICE: $280.00


11x14 or 12x18 inch Fuji Crystal Archive photographic print(s)
Lustre Paper, fade resistant for over 20 years
Image dimensions @9x13.5 or 11x16.5 inches with white border
Signed/Titled and dated by Clyde Keller
Presented in archival sleeve, Unframed
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
PRICE: $155.00 and $195.00

NOTE: The printed copyright information appearing on the web display print, is removed for your purchase print.

This vintage 1966 documentary "street photograph" captures a carnival hustler at the Oregon State Fair. "MOW EM DOWN" was taken during a break from our summer workshop with W. Eugene Smith held at the University of Oregon. The original print was the subject of critique by renowned photojournalist Smith who smiled and made the comment, that my photo captured the adage, "there is a sucker born every minute." The camera used was a Nikon F with an ultrawide 21mm wide angle lens, perfect for working close and working wide.

Please note the series of three wonderful photos made by photographer Don Getsug. In the triptych I am shown in an exchange with Eugene Smith (we're looking at the Carnival image) captured during the 1966 Photo Seminar Workshop held at the University of Oregon. THIS SERIES IS NOT FOR SALE. To view more of Don's super photographic portfolios, please visit his website at http://www.dongetsug.com/

"MOW EM DOWN" Copyright © 1966 Clyde Keller


Hi, I'm a photographer and artist selling my fine art prints at clydekellerphoto.etsy.com.

My work is sold as Fine Art Giclee (inkjet) prints or fade resistant Fuji Crystal Archive (photographic) prints.

Clyde is known internationally for his historic photographs of Robert F. Kennedy. His RFK images are featured in Rory Kennedy's documentary film, "ETHEL" which debuted at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights has recently acquired key images from Clyde's RFK portfolios for their collection. Historic photos of author Ken Kesey, William Burroughs and actor Bill Murray are featured in Mark Christensen's book Acid Christ. Clyde's portrait of actor/director Warren Beatty is the cover photo for Peter Biskind's, Star. Several vintage documentary images appear in a new NFL films project, entitled, "Fearsome Foursome" as well as Dan Forrer's upcoming HBO documentary film centering on the birth of Hip Hop music. The Seattle Museum of History and Science now features his vintage Seattle skyline panoramas. His regional portraits of surviving pioneer families (and characters) appear in several new books, periodicals and webzines, including Ken Bilderback's, Creek with No Name, a new soft cover about the history of Cherry Grove, Oregon.

Clyde is the grandson of Clyde Leon Keller, (1872-1962) an important Oregon-based Plein-Air Impressionist Painter. His portfolios can be viewed at www.clydekeller.com.


February 10, 2012-- Featured in the enticing treasury entitled, "Mixed !!! 6"

Curated by Nesrin from Nesrin Temel: http://www.etsy.com/shop/NesrinArt?ref=pr_shop_more

Artisan Statement:

My name is Nesrin. I live in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Istanbul. . I have been crocheting & hand crafting products for over 10 years. I also take pleasure for doing these items.

My interest in art began when I was very young. My early childhood is one of fond memories. Every lady in our familiy would teaches handcraft when we came to certain ages.

All my pieces are individually made and one of a kind. I always working with quality material.

Previously featured by Connie of PatternPeddler in her Treasury, June 16, 2009

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MOW EM DOWN, Oregon State Fair, Clyde Keller Photo, Fine Art Print, Black and White, Signed, Treasury, early 1966 image



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: nikon f camera, 21mm nikkor lens, archival film storage, pigmented inks
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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