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Period: 1930s
Cologne, Germany 1935, Printed Later
Located in Cologne, DE
One of the photographers at Mauritius Publishing based in Berlin was Karl Heinrich Lämmel. Born on 30 July 1910 in Riesa, Saxony, he has been missing since April 1945. In the thirtie...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Black and White

Charlie Chaplin - Vintage Photo - 1930s
Located in Roma, IT
Charlie Chaplin is a vintage black and white photograph realized during the 1930s. Includes a wood frame. This pretty photograph represents the actor Charlie Chaplin with a woman, probably during one of his famous sketches...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Photographic Paper

The Duchess of Windsor - Wallis Simpson
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Photograph of Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor (born Bessie Wallis Warfield, later Spencer and then Simpson; June 19, 1896 – April 24, 1986), was an American socialite and wife of ...
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1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Karstadt-Haus at Hermannplatz, Berlin, 1937, Mauritius Publishing
Located in Cologne, DE
One of the photographers at Mauritius Publishing based in Berlin was Heinz Pollmann. His are an unparalleled and intriguing insight into the working and everyday life of the time. I...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Black and White

Karstadt-Haus at Hermannplatz, Berlin, 1937, Mauritius Publishing
Located in Cologne, DE
One of the photographers at Mauritius Publishing based in Berlin was Heinz Pollmann. His are an unparalleled and intriguing insight into the working and everyday life of the time. I...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Black and White

Cristo, Tlacochahuaya, Oaxaca
Located in San Francisco, CA
Artist: Paul Strand – American (1890-1976) Title: Cristo, Tlacochahuaya, Oaxaca Year: 1933, printed 1967, Da Capo Press, New York Medium: Photogravure hand-printed from the original plates on BFK Rives paper Publisher: Da Capo Press, 1967, New York Sight size: 10 ¼ x 7 7/8 in. (260 x 200 mm) Sheet size: 15 3/4 x 12 3/8 in. (402 x 313 mm) Framed size: 17 x 14 inches Edition:1000 Condition: Excellent This hand-pulled photogravure is from Paul Strand’s Mexican Portfolio, first published in 1933. This photogravure is from the 2nd edition, published in 1967. It is in excellent condition. It is enclosed in a simple metal frame and Plexiglas only for protection. A seminal work by a legendary figure in 20th century American photography, the photographs taken by the author on his travels through Mexico in 1932-33 show architecture, landscape, the indigenous people, and religious folk sculpture. Strand's work first made its appearance as "Photographs of Mexico" in a limited edition of 250 copies in 1940, with the printing of the steel-faced gravure plates by master platemaker Otto Wackernagel being supervised by Strand himself and executed by Charles Furth and the Photogravure and Color Company. The second edition used the original Wackernagel plates, printed by Albert Delong at the Andersen Lamb Company of Brooklyn. Strand was even more pleased with this version, stating "Delong has made these plates sing." The images are a celebration of the subjects' pride, dignity and endurance. Paul Strand (1890–1976) is considered one of the most significant photographers of the 20th century. His breakthrough work in the 1910s heralded photography’s importance as a modern art form. Early in his career he broke from the soft, impressionistic Pictorialist style to produce among the first abstract images made with a camera. His questioning attitude led him to radically change his work multiple times in his career, always with the highest ambitions for the quality of his photographic prints. In 1932, Carlos Chavez, the director of the fine arts department at the Secretariat of Public Education in Mexico, invited Strand to Mexico. At this time, the Mexican government was concerned with demonstrating a national culture that was reflective of a burgeoning, modern, twentieth-century Mexico. In light of this, Chavez invited Strand to document the new social and physical environment. Over the next two years, Strand travelled around Mexico photographing...
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Realist 1930s Black and White Photography

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Paper, Photogravure

Water Skiing (1950) Silver Gelatin Fibre Print - Oversize
Located in London, GB
Gorgeous Joan (1931) Silver Gelatin Fibre Print - Oversized (Photo by H. Armstrong Roberts/Alamy) A woman in white two-piece bathing suit water skiing cir...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin, Black and White

Greta Garbo - Somber Head Shot by Clarence Sinclair Bull, 1931
Located in Soquel, CA
Greta Garbo - Somber Head Shot by Clarence Sinclair Bull, 1931 1931 Black and white somber headshot photograph of Swedish/American actress Greta Garbo (Swedish, 1905-1990) by Clarence Sinclair Bull (American, 1896-1979). Greta Garbo gazes at the camera, her curled hair sits in front of her face. The background is black. A black and white photograph, matte finish, double-weight paper, depicting a 1931 shot of the star titled 'Mata Hari,' printed decades later from the original negative, penciled in the lower left corner "A.P.," Estate stamped and blind embossed in the lower right corner "Clarence Sinclair Bull," further blind embossed in same corner "The Kobal / Collection," verso with the photographer's black ink credit stamp, verso further with two "Edward Weston" black ink credit stamps dated "1981" and "1992," originally from the John Kobal Collection. Greta Garbo was a Swedish-American actress. Regarded as one of the greatest screen actresses of all time, she was known for her melancholic, somber persona, her film portrayals of tragic characters, and her subtle and understated performances. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Garbo fifth on its list of the greatest female stars of classic Hollywood cinema. Clarence Sinclair Bull was born in Sun River, Montana, in 1896. His career began when Samuel Goldwyn hired him in 1920 to photograph publicity stills of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film studio's stars. He is most famous for his photographs of Greta Garbo, taken between 1926 and 1941. Bull's first portrait of Garbo was a costume study for the silent romantic drama film Flesh and the Devil in September 1926. Bull was able to study with the great Western painter...
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Photorealist 1930s Black and White Photography

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Paper, Silver Gelatin, Photographic Paper

Paris, Les Halles Food Market, 1930s, Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Press Agency Keystone View Co, Paris, circa 1930. Paris, A view of The Halles Food Market, in Paris, France. Features: ...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Greta Garbo "Her Rise And Fall #2" - 1931 Photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull
Located in Soquel, CA
Greta Garbo "Her Rise And Fall #2" - 1931 Photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull A black and white photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull (American, 1896-1979), matte finish, double-weight paper, depicting a 1931 shot of Swedish/American actress Greta Garbo (Swedish, 1905-1990) on the set of the film Susan Lenox (Her Fall And Rise) directed by Robert Z. Leonard. Greta Garbo poses in a hat, her hand resting on her face, while gazing into the camera. Printed decades later from the original negative, penciled in the lower left corner "A.P.," Estate stamped and blind embossed in the lower right corner "Clarence Sinclair Bull," further blind embossed in same corner "The Kobal / Collection," on verso with the photographer's black ink credit stamp and with "Edward Weston" black ink credit stamps dated "1981" and "1992," originally from the John Kobal Collection. Greta Garbo was a Swedish-American actress. Regarded as one of the greatest screen actresses of all time, she was known for her melancholic, somber persona, her film portrayals of tragic characters, and her subtle and understated performances. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Garbo fifth on its list of the greatest female stars of classic Hollywood cinema. Clarence Sinclair Bull was born in Sun River, Montana, in 1896. His career began when Samuel Goldwyn hired him in 1920 to photograph publicity stills of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film studio's stars. He is most famous for his photographs of Greta Garbo, taken between 1926 and 1941. Bull's first portrait of Garbo was a costume study for the silent romantic drama film Flesh and the Devil in September 1926. Bull was able to study with the great Western painter...
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Photorealist 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin, Photographic Paper

Street View in Paris, 1930s, Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photography. A street view in Paris, France, circa 1930. Features: Original Silver Gelatin Print Photography Unframed. Press Photogr...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Greta Garbo in Susan Lenox (Her Fall And Rise) - Photograph by Clarence Sinclair
Located in Soquel, CA
Greta Garbo in Susan Lenox (Her Fall And Rise) - Photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull A black and white photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull (American, 1896-1979), matte finish, double-weight paper, depicting a 1931 shot of Swedish/American actress Greta Garbo (Swedish, 1905-1990) on the set of the film Susan Lenox (Her Fall And Rise) directed by Robert Z. Leonard. Greta Garbo poses in a hat, her hand resting on her face, while gazing into the camera. Printed decades later from the original negative, penciled in the lower left corner "A.P.," Estate stamped and blind embossed in the lower right corner "Clarence Sinclair Bull," further blind embossed in same corner "The Kobal / Collection," on verso with the photographer's black ink credit stamp and with "Edward Weston" black ink credit stamps dated "1981" and "1992," originally from the John Kobal Collection. Greta Garbo was a Swedish-American actress. Regarded as one of the greatest screen actresses of all time, she was known for her melancholic, somber persona, her film portrayals of tragic characters, and her subtle and understated performances. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Garbo fifth on its list of the greatest female stars of classic Hollywood cinema. Clarence Sinclair Bull was born in Sun River, Montana, in 1896. His career began when Samuel Goldwyn hired him in 1920 to photograph publicity stills of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film studio's stars. He is most famous for his photographs of Greta Garbo, taken between 1926 and 1941. Bull's first portrait of Garbo was a costume study for the silent romantic drama film Flesh and the Devil in September 1926. Bull was able to study with the great Western painter...
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Photorealist 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin, Photographic Paper

Greta Garbo - Black and White Photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull, 1930
Located in Soquel, CA
Greta Garbo - Black and White Photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull, 1930 1930 Black and white portrait photograph of Swedish/American actress Greta Garbo (Swedish, 1905-1990) by Clarence Sinclair Bull (American, 1896-1979). Greta Garbo poses in a top hat and collard shirt while gazing away from the camera. Printed by the artist circa 1970's. A black and white photograph, matte finish, double-weight paper, depicting a 1931 shot of the star titled 'Mata Hari,' printed decades later from the original negative, pencilled in the lower left corner "A.P.," Estate stamped and blind embossed in the lower right corner "Clarence Sinclair Bull," further blind embossed in same corner "The Kobal / Collection," verso with the photographer's black ink credit stamp, verso further with two "Edward Weston" black ink credit stamps dated "1981" and "1992," originally from the John Kobal Collection. Greta Garbo was a Swedish-American actress. Regarded as one of the greatest screen actresses of all time, she was known for her melancholic, somber persona, her film portrayals of tragic characters, and her subtle and understated performances. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Garbo fifth on its list of the greatest female stars of classic Hollywood cinema. Clarence Sinclair Bull was born in Sun River, Montana, in 1896. His career began when Samuel Goldwyn hired him in 1920 to photograph publicity stills of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film studio's stars. He is most famous for his photographs of Greta Garbo, taken between 1926 and 1941. Bull's first portrait of Garbo was a costume study for the silent romantic drama film Flesh and the Devil in September 1926. Bull was able to study with the great Western painter...
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Photorealist 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin, Photographic Paper

Paris, The Buttes Chaumont Public Garden, Silver Gelatin B and W Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photography. Paris, The Buttes Chaumont public garden, circa 1930. Features: Original Silver Gelatin Print Photography Unframed. Pres...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Greta Garbo "Mata Hari" Film Photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull, 1931
Located in Soquel, CA
Greta Garbo "Mata Hari" Film Photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull, 1931 A black and white photograph, matte finish, double-weight paper, depicting a 1931 shot of the star titled 'Mata Hari,' printed decades later from the original negative, penciled in the lower left corner "A.P.," Estate stamped and blind embossed in the lower right corner "Clarence Sinclair Bull," further blind embossed in same corner "The Kobal / Collection," verso with the photographer's black ink credit stamp, verso further with two "Edward Weston" black ink credit stamps dated "1981" and "1992," originally from the John Kobal Collection. Greta Garbo was a Swedish-American actress. Regarded as one of the greatest screen actresses of all time, she was known for her melancholic, somber persona, her film portrayals of tragic characters, and her subtle and understated performances. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Garbo fifth on its list of the greatest female stars of classic Hollywood cinema. Clarence Sinclair Bull was born in Sun River, Montana, in 1896. His career began when Samuel Goldwyn hired him in 1920 to photograph publicity stills of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film studio's stars. He is most famous for his photographs of Greta Garbo, taken between 1926 and 1941. Bull's first portrait of Garbo was a costume study for the silent romantic drama film Flesh and the Devil in September 1926. Bull was able to study with the great Western...
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Photorealist 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin, Photographic Paper

Paris, Street Flea Market circa 1930, Silver Gelatin B and W Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Agence Meurisse, Paris circa 1930. Rue Saint Medard in Paris, a street flea market. Features: Original silver gelatin p...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Pepper 30P
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Director, Glenn Lowry: This image of a pepper is one of Weston’s most iconic photographs. Assistant Curator, Esther Adler: Peppers often curve in on themselves and can kind of twist ...
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1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Pepper 30P
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Director, Glenn Lowry: This image of a pepper is one of Weston’s most iconic photographs. Assistant Curator, Esther Adler: Peppers often curve in on themselves and can kind of twist ...
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1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Paris, Construction Site in a Street, Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
An original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Mondial Photo Presse, Paris, circa 1930. A construction site on a street in Paris. Features: Original silver gelatin print ph...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

New York City Skyscrapers, July 1931, Silver Gelatin B and W Photography Framed
By Press Agency Keystone View Company
Located in Atlanta, GA
An original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Press Agency Keystone View Company. New York City skyscrapers, July 7th, 1931. Features: Original Silver Gelatin Print Photog...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Flooded Mall London
Located in London, GB
A man crossing a stretch of floodwater with the help of two chairs after a storm caused flooding in the Mall, London. (Photo by H. F. Davis/Getty Images Archive London England) Pa...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Golfing at Le Touquet
Located in New York, NY
Ed. of 21, estate-stamped. Includes black frame with white mat. Norman Parkinson was the preeminent fashion photographer in Great Britain from the late 1930s until his death in 1990...
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1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

'Commissionaire’s Dog' Limited Edition Silver Gelatin Print
Located in London, GB
'Commissionaire’s Dog' Kurt Hutton, 1938 A hotel commissionaire talking to a small dachshund dog in Piccadilly Circus, London, 1938. A beautiful image of a commissionaire dressed ...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Black and White, Silver Gelatin

Paris International Exhibition w Eiffel Tower Silver Gelatin B and W Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
An original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Press Agency ROL, Paris 1937. The International Exhibition Construction, with the Eiffel Tower in the background. Features: O...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Sir Francis Drake Hotel San Francisco 1930, B and W Photography by Ralph Young
Located in Atlanta, GA
An original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Ralph Young Studios, San Francisco. View of the Sir Francis Drake Hotel building in 1930. Features...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Black Dune, Oceano California
Located in Carmel, CA
Considered one of Brett Westons most beautiful dunescape. Denise Bethel of Sothebys remarked it was the greatest dune of Brett she had ever seen. Vintage Photograph printed...
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1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Panoramic View of San Francisco 1939, Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
An original silver gelatin black and white photograph was distributed by American Information Services in Paris. Panoramic view of San Francisco circa 1939. Features: Original silver...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Alfred Stieglitz, in front of Georgia O'Keefe painting by Imogen Cunningham
Located in Brookville, NY
Imogen Cunningham was an influential American Photographer, best known for her detailed portraits and floral still lives. Cunningham brought a distinctly West Coast influence to mainstream photography. She was a founding member of the San Francisco Bay Area group f/64, along with Ansel Adams and Willard Van Dyke. The Museum of Modern Art NY held several solo exhibitions and the Dallas Art Museum. Her work is in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.Philadelphia Museum of Art, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography along with dozens of other Museums worldwide. Cunningham, in this photograph, captures her contemporary photographer Alfred Stieglitz in front of his longtime partner Georgia O'Keefe's 1926 painting...
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1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Paris International Exhibition w Eiffel Tower, Silver Gelatin B and W Photograph
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Press Agency MONDIAL> Paris, March 31st, 1937, showing International Exhibition Construction w...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Skating Waiter by Horace Abrahams
Located in London, GB
"Skating Waiter" by Horace Abrahams 8th January 1938: A waiter skates across the ice at St. Moritz carrying a tray of drinks for his customers. Unframed Paper Size: 60" x 40'' (in...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Black and White

Kurt Hutton Fair Fun 1938 Limited Edition Silver Gelatin Fibre Print
Located in London, GB
Fair Fun (1938) - Silver Gelatin Fibre Print (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Getty Images) Two young women enjoying themselves on the 'Caterpillar' ride at Southend Fair, Essex, October 1938...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin, Black and White

NYC 1939 World's Fair 5 - 8 x 10 photographs Mid 20th Century WPA Architectural
Located in New York, NY
NYC 1939 World's Fair 5 - 8 x 10 photographs Mid 20th Century WPA Architectural Underwood and Underwood 1939 World’s Fair Photographs 8 x 10 inches each All five prints are stamped...
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American Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Paris, The Buttes Chaumont Park 1930, Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph. Paris, The Buttes Chaumont Park, circa 1930. Features: Original Silver Gelatin Print Photography Unframed. Press Photogra...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Crowd Scene
Located in New York, NY
Edward Quigley Crowd Scene, 1931 Vintage gelatin silver print Artist's stamp on the back of the photograph Frame Included Frame bears labels from: Joel Soroka Gallery, Co Ota House, CA Measurements: Frame: 13 x 11.25 x 0.5 inch Photograph: 4.5 x 3.5 inches About Edward Quigley: Edward Quigley was a leading American modernist who became known in the 1930s for his experimental photographic work with light. Quigley acquired his first camera at age twelve, joined the Photographic Society of Philadelphia in1929, and opened his own studio a year later. He supported himself with innovative advertising and editorial work published regularly in magazines such as U.S. Camera and Photographie, while winning prizes in numerous salons for his experimental light abstractions, captured with the aid of prisms and lenses to startling affect. Today, photographs by Edward Quigley are housed in the permanent collections of The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Biography Courtesy Robert Koch Gallery
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

The Ile St Louis in Paris circa 1930, Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Press Agency A. Harlingue, Paris. Paris, a view of The Ile Saint Louis, circa 1930. The view is taken from the Quai d'O...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Paris during the Great Depression circa 1930, Silver Gelatin B and W Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Press Agency Keystone View Co, Paris. Paris during the Great Depression, circa 1930...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Sun Beams Into Grand Central Station (1930) - Silver Gelatin Fibre Print
Located in London, GB
Sun Beams Into Grand Central Station (1930) - Silver Gelatin Fibre Print (Photo by Hal Morey/Getty Images) Beams of sunlight streaming through the windows ...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Black and White, Silver Gelatin

On the Beach with the Seagulls, 1930 Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Press Agency Trampus, Paris. On an English beach with seagulls, circa 1930. Features: Original silver gelatin print pho...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Charis, Santa Monica
Located in Palm Desert, CA
"Charis, Santa Monica" is a photograph by Edward Weston. It has the artist stamp on verso, “Negative by Edward Weston print by Cole Weston”. The framed photograph measures 15 1/4 x 1...
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

"The Spanish Court" Black and White New Orleans Photograph
Located in Soquel, CA
"The Spanish Court" Black and White New Orleans Photograph Gorgeous New Orleans courtyard photograph by Eugene Delcroix (American, 1891-1967)....
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Realist 1930s Black and White Photography

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Photographic Paper

La Santé, Jail House in Paris, 1930 - Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Agence Meurisse, Paris. La Santé, jailhouse in Paris, circa 1930. Features: Original silver gelatin print photography u...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

The Catherinettes Racecourse, Paris 1931 - Silver Gelatin B and W Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
An original silver gelatin black and white photograph shooted by photographer G. Devred for Press Agency ROL, Paris 1931. The Catherinettes March. The young girls carry a hat box in...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Los Angeles circa 1930 Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
An original silver gelatin black and white photograph. A view of Los Angeles, circa 1930. Features: Original silver gelatin print photography unframed. Press Agency: Anonymous. Photo...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Rail Freight Station in Wales, England 1930 Silver Gelatin B and W Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
An original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Wide World Photos - New York Times in Paris. Railroad freight station in Wales, England circa 1930. Features: Original Silve...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Fifth Avenue Houses, #4, 6, 8, New York City
Located in Detroit, MI
Signed in pencil on mount. the image date is 1936, printed 1980
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Modern 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Paris, 1930s, Carriages and Cars - Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph shooted by Press Agency Trampus. Paris, carriages, and cars, circa 1930. Features: Original silver gelatin print photograp...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

The Graf Zeppelin, Framed Black and White Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt
Located in Long Island City, NY
"Repairing the hull of the Graf Zeppelin during the flight over the Atlantic, 1934 by Alfred Eisenstaedt" The Graf Zeppelin Alfred Eisenstaedt, German (1898–1995) Date: 1934 (Printe...
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1930s Black and White Photography

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Photographic Paper

Paris, circa 1930, Canal St Martin, Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photography. Paris, a view of The Canal St Martin, taken at 82 Quai de Jemmapes, Paris, circa 1930. Fe...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Colette, Paris
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Printed later. Signed on the back of the print with date in pencil. Camera Obscura label on back of mat. Overmatted to 18 x 22". Provenance Camera Obscura Gallery (Denver) 1980s to p...
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1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Place du Combat, Paris circa 1930, Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photography. Place du Combat in Paris, France, circa 1930. A busy street in Paris. Features: Original Silver Gelatin Print Photograph...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Simpson and the Magnetic hut.
Located in London, GB
PONTING, Herbert. Simpson and the Magnetic hut. circa 1935. Classic Ponting photograph from Captain Scott’s Terra Nova expedition (1910-1913). T...
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Naturalistic 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Tramway Lines in Lyon, France 1930 - Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph. The tramway lines on a large place in Lyon, France, circa 1930. The center of Lyon was already very well served by many ...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Bowers returned from Southern journey.
Located in London, GB
PONTING, Herbert. Bowers returned from Southern journey. circa 1935. Classic Ponting photograph from Captain Scott’s Terra Nova expedition (1910-...
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Naturalistic 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Stareek.
Located in London, GB
PONTING, Herbert. Stareek. circa 1935. Classic Ponting photograph from Captain Scott’s Terra Nova expedition (1910-1913). Showing one of the memb...
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Naturalistic 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Finnesko with Crampons.
Located in London, GB
PONTING, Herbert. Finnesko with Crampons. circa 1935. Classic Ponting photograph from Captain Scott’s Terra Nova expedition (1910-1913). ‘No fur...
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Naturalistic 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Davis - ships carpenter - building Cape Evans hut.
Located in London, GB
PONTING, Herbert. Davis - ships carpenter - building Cape Evans hut. circa 1935. Classic Ponting photograph from Captain Scott’s Terra Nova exped...
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Naturalistic 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Paris, Carrousel Bridge, circa 1930, Silver Gelatin Black and White Photography
Located in Atlanta, GA
A unique original silver gelatin black and white photograph by Press Agency Trampus. In Paris, the Carrousel Bridge circa 1930. Construction started at The Carrousel Bridge in Paris ...
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Art Deco 1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Lisa With Harp, 1939 - Horst P. Horst (Black and White Photography)
Located in London, GB
Horst P Horst (1906-1999) (Black and White Photography) Lisa With Harp, 1939 Signed on reverse Silver gelatin print 20 x 16 inches Horst was a perfectionist who raised the standards...
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1930s Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

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