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Weegee

Mother and Child in Harlem, ca. 1950

14 × 11 1/5 in
35.6 × 28.4 cm
location
Los Angeles
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J. Paul Getty Museum
Los Angeles
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Negative October 18, 1943; print about 1950

Negative October 18, 1943; print about 1950

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© International Center of Photography
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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Los Angeles
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Negative October 18, 1943; print about 1950

Negative October 18, 1943; print about 1950

Image rights
© International Center of Photography
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

Mother and Child in Harlem, ca. 1950

14 × 11 1/5 in
35.6 × 28.4 cm
location
Los Angeles
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