Paul Strand

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Street Photography, Museums, People, Portraits, Blacksmithing, Antique Photography
Blacksmith, Luzzara, Italy (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
Masters, Paul, American, Getty Museum
Baker, Luzzara, Italy (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
Los Angeles, Agnes Martin
River Man, Luzzara, Italy (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
River Man, Luzzara, Italy (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
River Man, Luzzara, Italy (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
Art, Photographer, Photographs Of People
[Gloria, Luzzara, Italy] (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
Women, Dame, Human, James, Fotografie
Victoria, Great Photographers, History Of Modern Art, Philadelphia Museums
Paul Strand
Museum Architecture, Albert Museum, Museum, Victoria And Albert, Village, Victoria And Albert Museum
Modernism, Da Vinci, junkies and Bagpuss – the week in art
Houses, Greats, Door Latch, Antonio Mora Artwork
Paul Strand (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
Windows, Destinations, Brattleboro, Middlebury College, Museum Of Modern Art
Museum of Art
Inspiration, Architecture, 1950s, Edward Steichen, Famous Photographers, Great Photos
[The Bicycle, Luzzara, Italy] (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
Scottish Women, Lewis Hine, The New Yorker
DeSimoneWayland
Photographers, Rebecca
[Rebecca, Taos, New Mexico] (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
Dr Marcus, Meister
Emmet Gowin – Art Blart _ art and cultural memory archive
Photo: Paul Strand. Plants, Nature, Vines, Rock Plants, Portfolio, Rock
Photo: Paul Strand.
Typwriter keys, 1916, Paul Strand.(1890 -1976) Retro, Retro Vintage, Typewriter Keys, Typewriter, Printer, Photographic Print
a man with a past
Typwriter keys, 1916, Paul Strand.(1890 -1976)
Paul Strand Old Photography, History Of Photography, Contemporary Photographers
Straight photography - Paul Strand
Paul Strand
Paul Strand Old Photos
Perfect Portraits #1 – Paul Strand
Paul Strand
paul strand Italian People, Vintage Photography
paul strand
Paul Strand Vintage Photos, Vivian Maier, Man Ray, Helen Levitt, Smithsonian, The Past
Daily Art Fixx
Paul Strand
Paul Strand - Blind Woman, New York (1916). Strand tricked his subjects by mounting a fake lens on his camera at a 90 degree angle and capturing unflinching reality. He believed in socio political reforms and used photography to influence. Even though the blind sign is so visible, ones eyes draws to the prominence to the face. Strand believed even in that misery, her was face was full of nobility. Art Photography, Cards, Dorothea Lange, Documentaries, Documentary Photography
Paul Strand - Blind Woman, New York (1916). Strand tricked his subjects by mounting a fake lens on his camera at a 90 degree angle and capturing unflinching reality. He believed in socio political reforms and used photography to influence. Even though the blind sign is so visible, ones eyes draws to the prominence to the face. Strand believed even in that misery, her was face was full of nobility.