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FIFTY ONE FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY is based in Antwerp, Belgium and is specialized in photography, Vintage , Classic , Fashion , African and Contemporary photography. Open in June 2000, FIFTY ONE FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY is the only major art gallery in Belgium devoted exclusively to fine art photography. The gallery deals with young emerging photographers and established photographers of the 20th century.

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uconstruction: “ Saul Leiter (1923-2013 American) • Woman Eating Unknown Food ”

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Saul Leiter. Saul Leiter received no formal training, but has gained renown for his street photogr… Saul Leiter, Photography Gallery, Film Photography, Fine Art Photography, Urban Photography, Magical Photography, Timeless Photography, Reportage Photography, Fashion Photography

Saul Leiter's retrospective opens in London

A retrospective exhibition of the works of the American photographer and artist Saul Leiter.

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Colourful past: Saul Leiter - in pictures

Photographer Saul Leiter has died in New York at the age of 89. Leiter was born in Pittsburgh in 1923 and moved to New York to become a painter. He worked for a number of magazines and was known for his quiet street scenes, which were, unusually for the time, often shot in colour