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Fortune Teller by André Kertész • c. 1930 • As part of the Bruce Silverstein Gallery — Estate of André Kertész (1925-1930: Paris)

Fortune Teller by André Kertész • c. 1930 • As part of the Bruce Silverstein Gallery — Estate of André Kertész (1925-1930: Paris)

The strange and forgotten Edwardian sport of "stacking" for a photograph, pre-photoshop! :)

The strange and forgotten Edwardian sport of "stacking" for a photograph, pre-photoshop! :)

Ted Hughes holding a mirror with a reflection of his sister, Olwyn Hughes, as she takes his photograph. Undated.

Ted Hughes holding a mirror with a reflection of his sister, Olwyn Hughes, as she takes his photograph. Undated.

This is what The Dark Tower should have looked like, though taller of course

This is what The Dark Tower should have looked like, though taller of course

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André Kertész - Paris, 1928 | famous | photographer | 1920's | Paris France | read | reading | script | novel | notes | vintage | lost | street scene

André Kertész - Paris, 1928 | famous | photographer | 1920's | Paris France | read | reading | script | novel | notes | vintage | lost | street scene

This now famous image of the actress Ellen Terry (1847-1928) was taken by the photographer Juliet Margaret Cameron (1815-1879). Cameron (who became known for her photographic portraits of nineteenth century celebrities) had purchased a house in Freshwater Bay, in the Isle of Wight in circa 1860 and the original photograph was probably taken in 1864 when the newly married Terry visited the Isle of Wight, with her then husband the painter G.F.Watts.

This now famous image of the actress Ellen Terry (1847-1928) was taken by the photographer Juliet Margaret Cameron (1815-1879). Cameron (who became known for her photographic portraits of nineteenth century celebrities) had purchased a house in Freshwater Bay, in the Isle of Wight in circa 1860 and the original photograph was probably taken in 1864 when the newly married Terry visited the Isle of Wight, with her then husband the painter G.F.Watts.

André Kertész / Chaises de la Fontaine Medicis, Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, 1926

André Kertész / Chaises de la Fontaine Medicis, Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, 1926

André Kertész retrospective at the International Center of Photography (and National Gallery of Art in DC), 2005

André Kertész retrospective at the International Center of Photography (and National Gallery of Art in DC), 2005