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Associated Press - New Traffic Lights for 5th Ave, New York City, NY
Associated Press
New Traffic Lights for 5th Ave, New York City, NY
$600
Sale
$420
Associated Press, New York Times and Others - Four New York City Aerial Views
Associated Press, New York Times and Others
Four New York City Aerial Views
$300
Sale
$210
Tom Baril - Chrysler Building, New York
Tom Baril
Chrysler Building, New York
$9,000
Tom Baril - Smoke Stacks, Brooklyn, NY
Tom Baril
Smoke Stacks, Brooklyn, NY
$7,500
Vladimir Birgus - New York
Vladimir Birgus
New York
$1,250
Vladimir Birgus - New York
Vladimir Birgus
New York
$1,750
Manuel De Aumente - Fire Escape and Front of Store with Signage, NYC
Manuel De Aumente
Fire Escape and Front of Store with Signage, NYC
$1,200
Sale
$840
F. Bedrich Grünzweig - Balloons at Fiesta, New York City, NY
F. Bedrich Grünzweig
Balloons at Fiesta, New York City, NY
$2,500
Sale
$1,750
Fritz Henle - Lights of Manhattan
Fritz Henle
Lights of Manhattan
$2,000
Fritz Henle - Man Lying on Stoop of New York City Brownstone
Fritz Henle
Man Lying on Stoop of New York City Brownstone
$750
Sale
$525
Fritz Henle - Pan Am Building, New York
Fritz Henle
Pan Am Building, New York
$1,250
Sale
$875
John R. Hogan - City Vista (New York City)
John R. Hogan
City Vista (New York City)
$3,000
Sale
$2,100
By Alex Novak
Spagnoli: Limestone Facade (Columns), NYC
Schell - Light and Shadow in New York City

New York City has long been considered one of the most important cities in the world. A center for commerce and finance, New York also maintains an aura of uniqueness with its many modern skyscrapers and a skyline that is still distinctive even after 9/11. As a consequence, it has become one of the most photographed urban landscapes on earth.

From perhaps the first photograph in America, the Big Apple has been the subject of photographers' art. It has always been a center of that art, even spawning what has become known as the "New York School of Photography."

With this Special Exhibit, Vintage Works brings you a series of urban New York images that have a special quality. Most are relatively inexpensive; and all highlight a special place that is at once familiar to most people anywhere on the globe.

Spagnoli: Limestone Facade (Columns), NYC
Spagnoli: Limestone Facade (Columns), NYC

While many of the images are anonymous or came from various press services, some were made by the top urban photographers of the 20th century, including Andre Kertesz, Brett Weston, Sherill Schell, Edward Steichen, Lou Stoumen, William Klein, Jerry Spagnoli, Frank Paulin, Arthur Tress and Fritz Henle, among others.

New York City: An Urban Landscape in 20th-Century Photographs
About This Exhibit
Image List

Exhibited and Sold By
Contemporary Works / Vintage Works, Ltd.

258 Inverness Circle
Chalfont, Pennsylvania   18914   USA

Contact Alex Novak and Marthe Smith

Email info@vintageworks.net

Phone +1-215-822-5662

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