SLP Social Realism Photography

Collection by Oakham School Art Department

Oakham School Art Department
Model wearing mink coat by Emeric Partos entering a 1965 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, photo by Gene Laurents, sport cars sports cars cars vs lamborghini cars Lamborghini, Ferrari, Bugatti, Pink Cadillac, Cadillac Rosa, Luxury Sports Cars, Sport Cars, William Eggleston, Color Photography

Royal Enfield Café Racer by Rajputana Customs - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes

'72 Replica Ducati Imola Racer Bikes Royal Enfield Café Racer by Rajputana Customs - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racer...

Untitled, 1948 According to Parks, this is Red Jackson, a young Harlem gang leader. Photo credit: Gordon Parks — at New York City, Harlem. Park Photography, Glamour Photography, People Photography, Vintage Photography, Photography Portraits, Classic Photography, History Of Photography, Photography Ideas, Fashion Photography

Gordon Parks: The Making of an Argument

On November 1, 1948, Life magazine published the photo essay “Harlem Gang Leader,” introducing their readers to the photography of Gordon Parks and to …

Gordon Parks' photos of poverty: Life and Death in Harlem Gordon Parks, Park Photography, Glamour Photography, Portrait Photography, Poverty Photography, Landscape Photography, Nature Photography, Travel Photography, Fashion Photography

Life and death in Harlem: Tragic photos that depict a family saved from 60s slums... before their father accidentally killed two of them

Life photographer Gordon Parks spent a month living with the Fontenelle family in their Harlem tenement in 1967, pictured. He recorded hunger, violence and most of all poverty for his powerful photo essay which captured the family before they were torn apart by further tragedy.

William Eggleston visionary of colour photography from memphis and northern mississippi. William Eggleston, Book Photography, Amazing Photography, Street Photography, Colour Photography, Fashion Photography, Wedding Photography, Documentary Photography, Underwater Photography

William Eggleston

Just came across William Eggelston’s photography work tonight (I know, very late to this party). I’m completely blown away. A lot of these almost feel like realist oil paintings. Does a…

“Una mujer y su perro en Harlem, Nueva York, Obra de Gordon Parks Library of Congress. /// “A Woman and Her Dog in Harlem New York Work by Gordon Parks Library of Congress. Gordon Parks, Photo Vintage, Vintage Dog, Vintage Black, Vintage Woman, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Collage Foto, Black And White

A woman And Her Dog. Photograph by Gordon Parks, 1-5

A woman and her dog in Harlem, 1943. Photography by Gordon Parks. Want to know more about Black History ? Visit Discover Black Heritage, The Black Heritage Travel Guide.

Bid now on Amanda and her Cousin Amy, Valdese, North Carolina by Mary Ellen Mark. View a wide Variety of artworks by Mary Ellen Mark, now available for sale on artnet Auctions. Mary Ellen Mark, Diane Arbus, Larry Clark, Eric Zener, American Odyssey, Fotojournalismus, Henri Cartier, Concours Photo, Famous Photos

Pictures of the week: Amanda And Her Cousin Amy, by Mary Ellen Mark

Mary Ellen Mark is a worthy recipient of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards' Outstanding Contribution to Photography, says Abigail Radnor

“Gótico americano” Obra de Gordon Parks Library of Congress. /// “American gothic” Work by Gordon Parks Library of Congress. Robert Mapplethorpe, Robert Doisneau, Gordon Parks, Richard Roundtree, Edward Steichen, American Gothic, American Flag, American Women, American Life

Dorothea Lange

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Untitled, Mobile, Alabama, 1956 © The Gordon Parks Foundationh. I LOVE Gordon Parks! Gordon Parks, Park Photography, Color Photography, Vintage Photography, Photography Magazine, Movement Photography, Poetry Photography, Photography School, Glamour Photography

Gordon Parks' Photo Essay On 1950s Segregation Needs To Be Seen Today

"I saw that the camera could be a weapon against poverty, against racism, against all sorts of social wrongs. I knew at that point I had to have a camera."