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Ilse Bing

Vendeuse de journaux, place de la Concorde, Paris, 1947

Vintage gelatin silver print
13 3/8 in
34 cm
Bidding closed
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Doyle

Minor crease noted in upper left corner in raking light. Unframed.

Minor crease noted in upper left corner in raking light. Unframed.

Signature
Signed and dated in ink on the recto, signed, titled and dated in pencil on the verso
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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About the work
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D
Doyle

Minor crease noted in upper left corner in raking light. Unframed.

Minor crease noted in upper left corner in raking light. Unframed.

Signature
Signed and dated in ink on the recto, signed, titled and dated in pencil on the verso
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

Vendeuse de journaux, place de la Concorde, Paris, 1947

Vintage gelatin silver print
13 3/8 in
34 cm
Bidding closed
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