unhistorical:

James Van Der Zee's photographic chronicle of the Harlem Renaissance and African-American life in Harlem during the 1920s/30s (source)

In these photographs, you will not see the common images of black Americans — downtrodden rural or urban citizens. Instead, you will see a people of great pride and fascinating beauty.



post-impressionisms:

I love art - no.46

Edward Hopper, American (1882—1967).


post-impressionisms:

I love art - no.48

Norman Rockwell, American (1894-1978).


lamus-dworski:

Chris Niedenthal (British-Polish photographer and photojournalist): photograph taken in Krynica-Zdrój (Krynica Górska), late 1960s.

lamus-dworski:

Chris Niedenthal (British-Polish photographer and photojournalist): photograph taken in Krynica-Zdrój (Krynica Górska), late 1960s.


lamus-dworski:

Chris Niedenthal (British-Polish photographer and photojournalist): photographs taken somewhere in Podkarpacie (Subcarpathia) region, Poland, 1970s.


lamus-dworski:

PRL in Poland by Chris Niedenthal (British-Polish photographer and photojournalist):

  1. The Presidential Dożynki (Harvest Festival) in Koszalin, 1975.
  2. Drowning of Marzanna, Kurpie in 1970s.
  3. Międzyzdroje in 1979.
  4. No heating - woman waiting for the coal. Warsaw 1982.
  5. Harsh reality: empty shelves in a butcher shop, Praga district of Warsaw, 1982.
  6. The National Stadium in Warsaw, 1979.
  7. Somewhere on the outskirts of Wrocław city, summer 1982.
  8. Wadowice in may 1981 - few days after the Pope John Paul II assassination attempt.
  9. The iconic protograph: SKOT armoured transporter in the front of the Moskwa cinema with the ad of “Apocalypse Now” movie, Warsaw 1981 - beginning of the Martial Law.
  10. Stalingrad Alley (now: Jagiellońska Street) in Warsaw, February 1982.

post-impressionisms:

I love art - no.34

James McNeill Whistler, American  (1834—1903).


elasan:

Pierre Auguste Renoir, In The Woods