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Bill Witt

Crossing Ludlow Street, 1947

Gelatin silver print
7 × 9 in
17.8 × 22.9 cm
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Yonkers, New York
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Bill Witt grew up during the depression, and was inspired by the great documentary photographers of …

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Bill Witt grew up during the depression, and was inspired by the great documentary photographers of the F.S.A. His first photographic work was photographing poverty in rural India while stationed there during WWII. He continued his documentary photography in NYC as a member of the Photo League, but also studied …

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Original mount/signed and dated 19478-48 in pencil recto, with title and “Lower East side, N.. City – printed approximately 1950 – 1955” on … Read more
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Bill Witt grew up during the depression, and was inspired by the great documentary photographers of …

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Bill Witt grew up during the depression, and was inspired by the great documentary photographers of the F.S.A. His first photographic work was photographing poverty in rural India while stationed there during WWII. He continued his documentary photography in NYC as a member of the Photo League, but also studied …

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Signature
Original mount/signed and dated 19478-48 in pencil recto, with title and “Lower East side, N.. City – printed approximately 1950 – 1955” on … Read more
Bill Witt
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Bill Witt

Crossing Ludlow Street, 1947

Gelatin silver print
7 × 9 in
17.8 × 22.9 cm
Contact For Price
location
Yonkers, New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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