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Weegee

A Trip to Mars, Times Square, New York, circa 1943-printed later

Gelatin silver, printed later
9 1/2 × 7 5/8 in
24.1 × 19.4 cm
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Framed Dimensions: 24 X 20 Inches

Condition Report: Sheet is cornered to board; one 2 inch crease …

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Framed Dimensions: 24 X 20 Inches

Condition Report: Sheet is cornered to board; one 2 inch crease extending into the image from the upper right edge; a few scattered creases scattered throughout the edges and margins of the image, consistent with age.

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Photographer's credit and '47th Street' stamps verso.
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Weegee
Austrian-American, 1899–1968
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Considered by some to have invented tabloid photojournalism, Weegee (a.k.a Arthur Fellig) is known …

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Considered by some to have invented tabloid photojournalism, Weegee (a.k.a Arthur Fellig) is known for his unflinching images of gangs, crime scenes, and street life in New York City, as well as his snapshots of glamorous Hollywood stars. With a reputation for being the first at the scene of a crime, Fellig cultivated …

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About the work
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Heritage Auctions

Framed Dimensions: 24 X 20 Inches

Condition Report: Sheet is cornered to board; one 2 inch crease …

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Framed Dimensions: 24 X 20 Inches

Condition Report: Sheet is cornered to board; one 2 inch crease extending into the image from the upper right edge; a few scattered creases scattered throughout the edges and margins of the image, consistent with age.

Signature
Photographer's credit and '47th Street' stamps verso.
Image rights
Courtesy of Heritage Auctions
Weegee
Austrian-American, 1899–1968
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Considered by some to have invented tabloid photojournalism, Weegee (a.k.a Arthur Fellig) is known …

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Considered by some to have invented tabloid photojournalism, Weegee (a.k.a Arthur Fellig) is known for his unflinching images of gangs, crime scenes, and street life in New York City, as well as his snapshots of glamorous Hollywood stars. With a reputation for being the first at the scene of a crime, Fellig cultivated …

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Weegee

A Trip to Mars, Times Square, New York, circa 1943-printed later

Gelatin silver, printed later
9 1/2 × 7 5/8 in
24.1 × 19.4 cm
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