Arnold Genthe: Emily Stevens (autochrome) 1906
This autochrome by Arnold Genthe, who was one of the first photographers have an exhibition of colour photographs in America, illustrates the very painterly, even pointillist, properties of this process, developed by the Lumieres in 1903. Genthe began experimenting with autochromes when he lived in Carmel, California from about 1905. The softness and delicacy of…
Incredible photos of everyday life of African Americans in early 1900s
Photographer John Johnson, from Lincoln, Nebraska, took hundreds of photographs in the early 1900s of African Americans and immigrants in his community.
50 Great Black And White Photographs From The Masters Of Photography - Part 5 - 121Clicks.com
Here is the Part 5 of amazing black and white photos from masters. Please check our previous articles here: Great Black and White Photos - Part1 Great
Street Photography - Harold Feinstein Photographer
I delight in street life wherever I find it — the glittering lights of Times Square, the streets of Harlem, smoke-filled coffee shops, subways, city stoops, and shop windows. Over time, I have had the opportunity to explore beyond the… Continue reading
1940 Ice Cream Parlor, Port Gibson, Mississippi Vintage Photograph 8.5" x 11"
This reprint of a vintage photograph shows an ice cream parlor, Port Gibson, Mississippi in 1940. Size 8.5 x 11 Printed on premium luster photo paper for a highly detailed finish, without the glare. Suitable for framing, matting and mounting Your item will be printed using Canon Professional
The Most Iconic Photographs of All Time - LIFE
Experience LIFE's visual record of the 20th century by exploring the most iconic photographs from one of the most famous private photo collections in the world.
A crowd of people watching an event..
This A crowd of people watching an event.. Art Print is created using state of the art, industry leading Digital printers. The result - a stunning reproduction at an affordable price. A crowd of people watching an event during Canterbury Week, Kent. Apart from one woman who is more interested in her newspaper. August 1947.