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      Woman reading and writing in cafe, Paris (1959). Saul Leiter (American, b. 1923). Leiter’s abstracted forms and radically innovative compositions have a painterly quality that stands out among the work of his New York School contemporaries. Perhaps this is because Leiter has continued through the years to work as both a photographer and painter.

    • Katja Anderson

      Cafe Les Deux Magots, Paris, 1959. Photo: Saul Leiter.

    • Rosslyn ~ Heart 2 Heart Cards

      Cafe, Paris © Saul Leiter, 1959 Inspiration for La Boheme

    • Cristina Kelly

      FIFTY ONE Fine Art Photography Gallery - Saul LEITER

    • Mighty Mousette

      Paris, 1959. Photo: Saul Leiter. Color

    • Matthew Harris

      Paris1959 Photography by Saul Leiter

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