Abbott, Berenice (1898-1991)

Creator details

Abbott, Berenice (1898-1991)
Abbott worked in Paris as a darkroom assistant to American Surrealist photographer Man Ray in 1923. Although she is responsible for bringing international recognition to the work of French photographer Eugène Atget, she is best known for her black and white photographs of New York in transition in the 1930s.

Assets (312 in total)

James Joyce (b/w photo)
James Joyce portrait Irish
James Joyce, 1926 (b/w photo)
James Joyce, 1929 (gelatin silver print)
Janet Flanner, Paris, 1927, print 1981 (gelatin silver print)
Rockefeller Center, Manhattan, 7th January, 1937 (gelatin silver print)
Portait of Janet FLanner, 1927 (gelatin silver print)
Watuppa, from the water front, Brooklyn, 1936 (gelatin silver print)
Edward Hopper, 1949/1976 (gelatin silver print)
James Joyce with Hat, 1928 (gelatin silver print)
New York at Night (Westside Looking North from the Upper Thirties), 1933 (gelatin silver print)
Columbus Circle, 1936 (gelatin silver photo)

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