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29/03/2009 Image – Pioneers : Elephant Words

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ELIZABETH KECKLEY, a freed slave and the first African American Fashion Designer at the White House.

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MOTHERHOOD by Olga Volodina, via 500px

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Idris Elba + Photographer Sebastian Kim

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On Ice: 100-year-old negatives discovered in Antarctic

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Richard Avedon

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very sweet photo by Louis Fleckenstein, 1900, "Mother Breast-feeding her Baby." Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum

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:: Diane Arbus ::

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Margaret Bourke-White working at the top the Chrysler Building in 1934.

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The Steerage, 1907 Alfred Stieglitz (American, 1864–1946) Photogravure on vellum

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"#35 Pepper" by Edward Weston... in my opinion one of the best of photographs and one of the best of all photographers...

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License Photo Studio, New York, 1934 Walker Evans

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Street Scene, Vicksburg, Mississippi], 1936 Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975)

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Fashiontography: Tilda Swinton by Tim Walker | Stranger Than Paradise

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Marilyn Monroe with Milton Greene’s son

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Bulgari, Isabella Rossellini photographed by Annie Leibovitz.

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Saul Leiter

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trick photography

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Fred Astaire, 1960 by Grey Villet

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Pinchbeck Photography, gorgeous pinhole photos.

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Mary Ellen Mark's prom series.

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picadilly circus, 1950s

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Autochrome by Alfred Stieglitz, circa 1910

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Debbie Harry polaroids by Andy Warhol, 1980

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The Hidden Mother- ‘This was a practice where the mother, often disguised or hiding, often under a spread, holds her baby tightly for the photographer to insure a sharply focused image.’

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