These prints were created by Don Herron in the late 1970s. Mostly monochromatic, the subject is given life with a few select tinges of red. While it is likely that the collection originally had around twelve pieces, the six displayed (along with a seventh piece that shows Herron’s signature) carry the bulk of the work.
The subject’s expressive face is central, with an arm stretched up above him and body visible to the hips, all split between frames that measure 8.5” by 11” each. Unusual and edgy, the prints are an excellent example of Herron’s work.
Herron is best known for a series called Tub Shots, in which he photographed other icons of the New York art scene, including Keith Harring and Robert Mapplethorpe, in their bathtubs.
You can read more about his work here: https://www.vice.com/en/article/gynqkq/don-herron-photo-famous-artist-haring-mapplethorpe-hujar
Measurements: each frame measures 8.5" x 11"