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30 Stunning Photographs of Jean Shrimpton, One of the World's First Supermodels, Taken by David Bailey During the ~ vintage everyday

Shrimpton and Bailey

'Shrimpton and Bailey' - the very names conjure up the spirit of an age, when Britain was a byword for cool. It all began, says Robin Muir, with a love affair between a photographer and his muse who together captured the heart of New York.

Gyula Halász was a Hungarian photographer who captured Paris between the wars. His nom de plume, Brassai, means "from Brasso", his home town. This photo: Les arbres des quais avec le Pont-Neuf / ca.


Brassai, Trees on the banks with the Pont-Neuf, 1945

☾ Midnight Dreams ☽ dreamy & dramatic black and white photography - Paris - 'Vers la lumière' - 1953 - Photo by Sabine Weiss

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Life in Moments: Nocturnal view from Notre-Dame overlooking the Hotel-Dieu, Paris, Photo by Brassaï.

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One of the best photographers of Paris at night. Colonne Morris Avenue de l’Observatoire, Paris, 1933 From Brassaï, Paris

Welcoming the Parisian Winter Nights with Brassai

I like this photo by Brassai because the light coming out of the lighthouse outlines it and creates a more interesting composition and makes it easier to focus on it.

Brassai was a Hungarian photographer, sculptor, writer, and filmmaker who rose to international fame in France in the century. He was one of the numerous Hungarian artists who flourished in Paris beginning between the World Wars.

Spanish Flamenco, Gypsy dancer, 1956 Homage to Paco de Lucia

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Flamenco captured by Brassai (1920s photographer).

Margot Fonteyn in her dressing room, Paris Photo by Brassai


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Black Cat on Steps cat photography by Brassai - aka Gyula Halasz

Le Chat Noir, ca. 1945 by Brassaï

Le Chat Noir, ca. 1945 by Brassaï. Artwork Type: Photography;

Photographer Fred Lyon has been called "San Francisco's Brassai". He's also been compared to Cartier Bresson, Atget and Andre Kertez, but all with a San Francisco twist. That's fine with this lifelong native who happily admits his debt to those icons.

32 Stunning Photos Of San Francisco In The 40s And 50s

From Fred Lyon's San Francisco: Portrait of a City 1940 - 1960.