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Ilse Bing

FLAGS, FIFTH AVENUE, FOURTH OF JULY, NEW YORK, 1936

Gelatin silver print
8 7/10 × 9 2/5 in
22.2 × 23.8 cm
location
Berlin, New York City, Basel
Ilse Bing
American, 1899–1998
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Once dubbed “Queen of the Leica,” Ilse Bing is among the foremost avant-garde photographers of the …

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Once dubbed “Queen of the Leica,” Ilse Bing is among the foremost avant-garde photographers of the 20th century, whose portfolio of black-and-white and color prints encompasses scenes of urban architecture, street life, still lifes, portraits, commissioned photo essays, and advertisements—all shot with an eye for the …

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Ilse Bing
American, 1899–1998
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Once dubbed “Queen of the Leica,” Ilse Bing is among the foremost avant-garde photographers of the …

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Once dubbed “Queen of the Leica,” Ilse Bing is among the foremost avant-garde photographers of the 20th century, whose portfolio of black-and-white and color prints encompasses scenes of urban architecture, street life, still lifes, portraits, commissioned photo essays, and advertisements—all shot with an eye for the …

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Ilse Bing

FLAGS, FIFTH AVENUE, FOURTH OF JULY, NEW YORK, 1936

Gelatin silver print
8 7/10 × 9 2/5 in
22.2 × 23.8 cm
location
Berlin, New York City, Basel
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