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Untitled, 1981 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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Untitled, 1981 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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Hamburg, 1930 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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Hamburg, 1930 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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'Nude Against Sea', 1933 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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'Nude Against Sea', 1933 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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'Motion', Hamburg, 1930-31 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger
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'Motion', Hamburg, 1930-31 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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Portrait of a woman wearing a scuba diving mask, 1955 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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Portrait of a woman wearing a scuba diving mask, 1955 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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Photographed by Andreas Feininger, 1930’s

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Photographed by Andreas Feininger, 1930’s

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'Rush Hour, Fifth Avenue', ciara. 1953, printed ca. 1970 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger
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'Rush Hour, Fifth Avenue', ciara. 1953, printed ca. 1970 - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

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'Beauty parlor at 43rd Street and Broadway', circa 1940s - Photographed by Andreas Feininger
From New York in the Forties

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'Beauty parlor at 43rd Street and Broadway', circa 1940s - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

From New York in the Forties

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'Burlesque House, 42nd Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues', New York City, circa 1940's - Photographed by Andreas Feininger
New York was not without its gamy entertainment, even in the relatively puritan age of the 40s. The burlesque house lured patrons with posters of scantily clad women in gossamer wraps and high-heeled shoes. This risqué display seems restrained by present standards, with its “welcome” sign over the ticket booth and demure poses of all the stars.
From New York in the Forties

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'Burlesque House, 42nd Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues', New York City, circa 1940's - Photographed by Andreas Feininger

New York was not without its gamy entertainment, even in the relatively puritan age of the 40s. The burlesque house lured patrons with posters of scantily clad women in gossamer wraps and high-heeled shoes. This risqué display seems restrained by present standards, with its “welcome” sign over the ticket booth and demure poses of all the stars.

From New York in the Forties