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Margaret bourke white

Explore the extraordinary life and iconic work of Margaret Bourke-White, a renowned photographer who captured the essence of the world through her lens. Discover her inspiring journey and be inspired to see the world through a new perspective.
Margaret Bourke-White Chrysler Building. | New York circa 19… | Flickr Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Tahiti, Margaret Bourke White, New York Architecture, Chrysler Building, Famous Photographers, Dream City, Jolie Photo

New York circa 1934. "Margaret Bourke-White with her camera atop a stainless steel eagle projecting from the sixty-first floor of the Chrysler Building, overlooking Manhattan and the Hudson River." Gelatin silver print from a photograph by Bourke-White's darkroom assistant Oscar Graubner. Her backdrop is Rockefeller Center's RCA Building, completed in 1933. From www.shorpy.com

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War Photography, History Of Photography, Documentary Photography, Classic Photographers, Female Photographers, Connecticut, Margaret Bourke White, Berenice Abbott, Creative Photography Techniques

Since its inception over forty years ago, Howard Greenberg Gallery has built a vast and ever-changing collection of some of the most important photographs in the medium. The Gallery's collection acts as a living history of photography, offering genres and styles from Pictorialism to Modernism, in addition to contemporary photography and images conceived for industry, advertising, and fashion. Maintaining diverse and extensive holdings of photographic prints, the gallery includes such masters…

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Mathew Brady truly depicted the brutality and destruction that come with war through his photography. While this is not only an important part of our history as a nation, it also is an important advancement in photography. I read about this on page 147 in the text book and think that this article, while hard to look at sometimes, helps us to see just how devastating the Civil War was. War, History, History Of Photography, Photographic Prints, Photographic Print, Destruction, Documentary Photographers, Photojournalism, Famous Photos

Mathew Brady truly depicted the brutality and destruction that come with war through his photography. While this is not only an important part of our history as a nation, it also is an important advancement in photography. I read about this on page 147 in the text book and think that this article, while hard to look at sometimes, helps us to see just how devastating the Civil War was.

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