Black and White Portrait Of a Young Woman, 1920s.

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Black and White Portrait Of a Young Woman, 1920s.

 

Many photographers whom we consider legendary today produced quality work in the '20s. 1920 saw Ansel Adams enjoy his first published photograph in the "Sierra Club Bulletin." Pennsylvania-born Man Ray moved to Paris in the 1920s and there began the creation of "Rayographs," uniquely styled silhouette photographs called photograms. Fashion photographer Edward Steichen experienced great success during the era as the chief photographer for "Vogue" and "Vanity Fair." George Hoyningen-Huene also ranked among the decade's great shutterbugs.

Item Code - VIS12E57A13REA

Width: 4 5/8"  Height: 6 7/8"  Depth: 1/16"  Weight: 40 g


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