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Andreas Feininger

Portrait of a Man wearing a fancing mask 1955 Photo Andreas Feininger

Sikorsky helicopter, night exposure, Feb. 1949 by Andreas Feininger

In American photographer Andreas Feininger captured these incredible photos of U. Navy helicopters as they took off from the ground.

Doctor's head mirror, 1955.

Photographer Spotlight: Andreas Feininger

Having proven himself a master metropolitan portraitist with his pictures of New York in the and Feininger turned his attention to other realms in more than 340 assignments for LIFE through the years.

"The invisible man, Harlem." 1948. Gordon Parks. The way that I interpret this photo is during the time when slaves were "hated". This picture looks like a black man is trying to run to safer place, without being caught. It probably links to the underground railroad too. Human beings should not have to hide from the world. The world is meant for everyone, not just for specific race. The black and white makes the message stronger because it is a deep photo about how the world is black and…

The Invisible Man, Harlem, New York, Gelatin silver print © The Gordon Parks Foundation. I want to be able to tell a story in my photographs like the way that Gordon tells stories

porelpiano: "Ferris Wheel" + Andreas Feininger

porelpiano: "Ferris Wheel" + Andreas Feininger

A new book of work by the late photographer Dave Heath captures cat-eyed rebels, poets, and folksingers in and around the legendary New York park.

candid portraits of teen beatniks in 50s washington square

A new book of work by the late photographer Dave Heath captures cat-eyed rebels, poets, and folksingers in and around the legendary New York park.

Dave Heath, New York City, 1964 - galleryIntell

Dave Heath's deeply personal portraits at Howard Greenberg Gallery

New York : Dave Heath à la Howard Greenberg Gallery - L'Œil de la photographie

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