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W. Eugene Smith (1918-1978, american photojournalist) with two Rolleiflex and two Leica cameras. Photo 1960s by Jean-Philippe Charbonnier

Eugene Smith with two Rolleiflex and two Leica cameras by Jean-Philippe Charbonnier on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Jean-Philippe Charbonnier.

W. Eugene Smith was no doubt one of the greatest war correspondents of the last century. As the photographer for Life, he followed the island-hopping American offensive against Japan, from Saipan t...

A Walk To The Paradise Garden

Eugene Smith - The walk to Paradise Garden - 1946 The photographer's children, Pat and Juanita. The closing image in Edward Steichen's Family of Man exhibition at the MOMA in

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Tomoko Uemura in Her Bath by William Eugene Smith - Inspirational Story behind a Photo

Eugene Smith Tomoko Uemura in Her Bath Minamata, 1972 Minimata disease is a neurological syndrome caused by severe mercury poisoning. Named for a town in Japan where a plant's wastewater contaminated the bay for decades.

W. Eugene Smith | New York | 1950s

Le Journal de la Photographie [ revenir au billet ] Eugene Smith From "As From My Window I Sometimes Glance" (Lower Ave., New York City),

corallorosso: “Pride Street Photo by W. Eugene Smith, 1955 ”

corallorosso: Pride Street Photo by W. Eugene...

Pride Street Photographer: William Eugene Smith Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, I like the way the angle is on this camera. Just because that is showing a lot of light in some areas to give the picture more depth.

W. Eugene Smith, Hitachi, Japan, 1962. Photograph by Kozo Amano

The Beret Project: William Eugene Smith was an American photojournalist known for his refusal to compromise professional standards and his brutally vivid World War IIphotographs.

Train Station, Japan by W. Eugene Smith. 1961

Eugene Smith, Train station, Japan, 1961 (via theredlist) After taking his first photographs as a teenager, William Eugene Smith worked as a war correspondant for Flying and Life.

"The Walk to Paradise Garden" ~ W. Eugene Smith, c.1946    #photography

William Eugene Smith - The Walk to the Paradise Garden, Usa 1946