The Mystery of Andrew Dasburg and others in his studio, circa 1910

Three men in an art studio with pots and dishes. One is kneeling, one is bending over, and one is standing upright, all as they are cleaning dishes
Andrew Dasburg and others in his studio, 1910. Photographer unknown. Andrew Dasburg and Grace Mott Johnson papers.

What: The three men appear to be cleaning dishes

Where: Dasburg's Paris studio, 115 rue Notre Dame des Champs

When: circa 1910

Who: Andrew Dasburg (left, kneeling) and two unidentified figures (center and right). The upright man could be Ronald Moser, Dasburg's studio mate.

Help us solve the mystery: Who are the two men with Andrew Dasburg in his Paris studio?

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