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The Mobster's Lament

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Saul Leiter, #Streetphotography, #BlackWhite, #Color, #HistoryofPhotography, #Fotografie, #SchwarzWeiß, #Farbe Mario Sorrenti, Richard Avedon, Ellen Von Unwerth, Paolo Roversi, Tim Walker, Steven Meisel, Film Photography, Street Photography
The Photography of Saul Leiter
Saul Leiter, #Streetphotography, #BlackWhite, #Color, #HistoryofPhotography, #Fotografie, #SchwarzWeiß, #Farbe
Saul Leiter - Watching 1952  #saulleiter Photography Courses, Documentary Photography, Photography Inspo, Vintage Photography, People Photography, Robert Frank
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Saul Leiter - Watching 1952 #saulleiter
Photo: Saul Leiter. Chosen for the cover of New York magazine December 2013, decades after it was taken. John Batho, Pittsburgh, Fine Art Photography Galleries, Reportage Photo, Great Photographers, Colour Photograph
Gallery Fifty One
Photo: Saul Leiter. Chosen for the cover of New York magazine December 2013, decades after it was taken.
snowy evening in Times Square, 1947. (Photo Credit: Herb Scharfman) Black And White Photographs, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Time Travel Pictures, Nyc Weather, Snowy Weather, New York Snow, Night Street Photography, Trip The Light Fantastic
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snowy evening in Times Square, 1947. (Photo Credit: Herb Scharfman)
Williamsburg Bridge, New York, 1947 Night Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Perspective Atmosphérique, Area Urbana, Williamsburg Bridge, New York Pictures, Foto Art, Vintage New York
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Williamsburg Bridge, New York, 1947
Stanley Kubrick. 1948. Copacabana Girl [Showgirl applying lipstick.] How To Apply Lipstick, Applying Lipstick, Stanley Kubrick Photography, Leyte, Joan Jett, Striptease, Photos Of Women, Rare Photos
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Stanley Kubrick. 1948. Copacabana Girl [Showgirl applying lipstick.]
new york, 1947  photo by robert frank, from street seen: the psychological gesture in american photography, 1940–1959 American Photography, Bnw Photography, Inverness, Leica, Photomontage, Robert Frank Photography, Urbane Fotografie
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new york, 1947 photo by robert frank, from street seen: the psychological gesture in american photography, 1940–1959
Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields: New York City, Queens Laguardia Airport, Ny Ny, North Beach, Big Apple, Photo Look, Airplane View, Abandoned, New York City, Courtesy
Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields: New York City, Queens
Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields: New York City, Queens
Downtown skyscrapers from East River pier (1941) 1940s Photos, New York Chinatown, Virginia Hill, New York City Photos, Radio City Music Hall, East River, Financial District
VINTAGE PHOTOS: Take A Tour Of Manhattan In The 1940s
Downtown skyscrapers from East River pier (1941)
Manhattan's skyscrapers from Jersey City ferry boat (1941) New York Architecture, Ferry Boat, Lower Manhattan, Jersey City
VINTAGE PHOTOS: Take A Tour Of Manhattan In The 1940s
Manhattan's skyscrapers from Jersey City ferry boat (1941)
Iconic: Compelling portraits of everyday life, like this image of the Brooklyn Bridge in 1938, form the heart of a new exhibit at The Jewish Museum Houston Photography, New York Photography, Photography Exhibition, Earth Photography, Photography Ideas, Travel Photography, Berenice Abbott
The Big Apple in glorious black and white: Stunning images cast spotlight on New York City in 1940s
Iconic: Compelling portraits of everyday life, like this image of the Brooklyn Bridge in 1938, form the heart of a new exhibit at The Jewish Museum
Striking image: Lightning flies across the sky above the Empire State Building in 1945, while an American flag at street level flaps in the storm Studio 54, New York Street, Weegee, New York Beauty, Manhattan Nyc, New York Photos
The Big Apple in glorious black and white: Stunning images cast spotlight on New York City in 1940s
Striking image: Lightning flies across the sky above the Empire State Building in 1945, while an American flag at street level flaps in the storm