"U.S.S. Akron" by Margaret Bourke-White - $0

"U.S.S. Akron"

1931

Margaret Bourke-White

Photograph
Silver Gelatin Photograph

Size: 17 x 23 in  |  43 x 58 cm

Framed: 20.5 x 26 in  |  52 x 66 cm

Edition: Not numbered

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ARTIST BIO
Hand Signed : Lower right Bourke-White
Condition: Excellent
Framed with Glass
Purchased from : Private Collector
Certificate of Authenticity : Notarized letter from seller
Margaret Bourke-White

Art Brokerage specializes in the orignal photographs of depression photographer Margaret Bourke-White. B. 1904-1971. Margaret was famous for being a photographer and a photojournalist. She wrote an autobiographical book called Portrait of Myself. Margaret studied photography as a hobby when she was a young women. She published a book called You Have Seen Their Faces in 1937. It became well known for the pictures of people during the depression. Margaret wrote two more books called North of the Danube and Say is this the U.S.A. Margaret was the first women journalist to be allowed to work in combat zones by in the U.S. army during World War II. She was the first photographer for Fortune Magazine. Margaret has famous drawings in many NY museums. Margaret most famous photograph was published on the cover of the first Life Magazine. She was one of the first photographers to enter the death camps after World War II. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

  • Photograph
    Original Photograph on Paper

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