Made for America (Part 2)

Main Gallery

December 19, 2003 – January 31, 2004

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Gjon Mili
Saks Fifth Ave Fashion Shot (Golf), c.1946
10 1/4 x 13 3/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1946

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Willard Van Dyke
Church near Irvington, CA, c.1938
9 1/2 X 6 1/8 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Arthur Gerlach
Worker Smoking Cigarette and Carrying Bag Across Shoulders While Pausing in Middle of Steel Beam High Above City Streets During Construction of the Manhattan Co. Building at Forty Wall Street, 1930
8 3/4 X 6 1/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1930

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Ben Shahn
Arkansas Sharecropper and His Wife, c. 1936
7 3/4 X 9 15/16 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c. 1936

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Eliot Elisofon
Marcel Duchamp descends staircase, 1952
13 1/8 X 10 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Gjon Mili Billie Holiday, 1943
13 1/4 X 10 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Gordon Parks
Gang leader Leonard Red Jackson, 17, looking anxiously out broken window while he is trapped in Harlem building by a rival gang, 1948
13 1/2 X 10 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print, printed c.1948

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Phil Stern
Los Angeles Drive-In, 1949
11 3/8 X 10 7/8 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Alfred Eisenstaedt
University of Michigan drum major is emulated by youthful admirers, 1950
10 1/8 X 14 3/4 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Ralph Morse
Roger Bannister, the first man to break the four minute mile, beating John Landy in the British Empire Games, 1954
13 1/4 X 10 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print, printed c.1954

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Bob Wheeler
Jackie Robinson begins his baseball career with the Brooklyn Dodgers, 1947
13 1/2 X 9 5/8 inches
Gelatin silver print

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W. Eugene Smith
|Country Doctor, Ernest Ceriani, in hospital kitchen at end of long day, 1948
13 1/4 X 10 3/8 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Ralph Crane
Teenagers racing hot-rod cars in Los Angeles, 1949
10 1/2 X 13 1/4 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Gjon Mili
A centaur drawn with light. Pablo Picasso at the Madoura Pottery in Vallauris, France., 1949
13 1/4 X 10 5/8 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Ralph Crane
July 4th on beach in Santa Monica, 1950
13 X 10 3/4 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Irving Penn
America's Most Photographed Models, 1947
11 X 14 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Eric Schaal
Bell Telephone engineer conducts experiment in acoustical research room, 1947
14 X 11 inches
Gelatin silver print, printed c.1947

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Margaret Bourke-White
Mohandas Gandhi,  1946
7 3/4 X 10 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1946

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W. Eugene Smith
Patient and Army nurse in Philippine cathedral turned into hospital, 1944
11 X 10 3/4 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1944

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Robert Capa
Mothers in Naples showing photos of missing sons, 1943
13 3/8 X 10 1/4 inches
Gelatin silver print

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George Rodger
London Air Raid Casualty Lifted on Stretcher, 1944
13 1/2 X 10 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Alfred Eisenstaedt
Audience at La Scala, 1932
14 X 11 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1944

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Berenice Abbott
Talman Street, between Jay and Bridge Streets, Brooklyn, NY, 22-May-36
7 1/4 X 9 3/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1936

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Martin Munkacsi
Fred Astaire, 1936
11 1/2 X 9 1/8 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Horace Bristol
Migrant laborers, 1939
9 X 7 5/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1939

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WORLD WIDE PHOTOS
President Roosevelt reviewing U.S. fleet from bridge of the USS Houston, 1938
10 5/8 X 13 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print

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John D. Collins
Wendell Willkie in motorcade 1940
10 3/4 X 13 1/4 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Roman Vishniac
The Only Flowers of Her Youth, Warsaw, 1939
25.08 X 20.32 cm
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1944

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Alfred Eisenstaedt
VJ Day in Times Square, 1945
13 1/2 X 10 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print, printed c.1955

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Carl Mydans
General MacArthur wading ashore at Luzon Jan-45
11 X 14 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Robert Capa
Parisians dive for cover from German snipers, 1944
10 7/8 X 10 5/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1944

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W. Eugene Smith
Marines blow up Japanese blockhouse on Iwo Jima, 1945
13 1/2 X 10 3/4 inches
Gelatin silver print

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W. Eugene Smith
Planes from first Naval air strike against Japan, 1945
|13 1/2 X 10 5/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1945

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Margaret Bourke-White
Giant pipes for Fort Peck Dam, 1936
10 1/8 X 13 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Russell Aikins
Construction of New York's Holland Tunnel, 1939
9 7/8 X 12 7/8 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Arnold Eagle
Interior of Penn Station, 1942
13 1/8 X 9 5/8 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Robert Yarnall
Richie Phillips Petroleum oil tanks, 1938
9 X 9 7/8 inches
Gelatin silver print

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Robert Capa
Normandy invasion on D-Day, soldier advancing through surf, 1944
8 7/8 X 13 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1944

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Jay Eyerman
Audience watches movie wearing 3-D spectacles, 1952
11 1/2 X 8 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1952

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Gjon Mili
Dancers doing the Lindy Hop, 1943
13 1/4 X 10 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1943

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Cecil Beaton
Evacuated children in nursery at tea time, England, c.1941
10 1/2 X 10 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1941

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Margaret Bourke-White
Coated paper hanging to dry, Oxford Paper Co,. 1932
9 1/4 X 13 1/4 inches
Gelatin silver print

Press Release

Howard Greenberg Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of vintage photographs from the Time-LIFE photo archive entitled Made for America. This is the second installment of several exhibitions featuring photographs drawn from the vast archives of the Time-LIFE Picture Collection, and the first time many of these original prints have been displayed since appearing in Time-LIFE publications. The photographs featured in Made for America were taken for LIFE, Time and Fortune magazine assignments by some of the most noted names in the history of photojournalism including Margaret Bourke-White, W. Eugene Smith, Robert Capa, Walker Evans, Gordon Parks, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Horace Bristol, Martin Munkacsi, Erich Salomon and many more.