Expansive Photography Collection
Howard Greenberg’s expansive photography collection has been taken over by the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston . This collection includes 447 photography works by 191 artists. More importantly most of the images features defining images of the Great Depression while some others are used for publication in Life magazine.
Some of these artists include the famous Henri Cartier-Bresson, Diane Arbus, Roy DeCarava, Helen Levitt and David ‘Chim’ Seymour,
Below are some of the collections.
Young girl in profile by Consuelo Kanaga (American, 1894–1978) 1948 All images courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Powerhouse Mechanic by Lewis W Hine (American, 1874–1940) 1924
Couple at Coney Island by Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975) 1928
Madrid, Spain by Henri Cartier‑Bresson (French, 1908–2004) 1933
Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California by Dorothea Lange (American, 1895–1965) 1936 P
Gloria Swanson by Edward Steichen (American (born in Luxembourg), 1879–1973) 1924
Normandy Invasion on D‑Day, Soldier Advancing through Surf by Robert Capa (American (born in Hungary), 1913–1954) 1944
The Daughter of the Dancer by Manuel Alvarez Bravo (Mexican, 1902–2002) 1933
Pablo in Times Square by Robert Frank (American (born in Switzerland, 1924) 1953
Coltrane and Elvin by Roy Rudolph DeCarava (American, 1919–2009) 1960
Nahui Olin by Edward Weston (American, 1886–1958) 1923
Coney Island (Couple Embracing) by Sid Grossman (American, 1913–1955) 1947
Chez Mondrian by André Kertész (American (born in Hungary), 1894–1985) 1926
This article is culled from https://www.theguardian.com/international
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