These are photographs from the collection of the New York Public Library. They are from an essay "Changing New York", photographed from 1935 to 1939.
In the winter of 1968-69, I lived with Berenice Abbott in Blanchard, Maine, and made prints for her two exhbits; at the MOMA, and the Smithsonian.
I worked under her close supervision, and she turned me into a master printer, she being the greatest silver print maker of the century,
and arguably the greatest photographer of the century.
I know her work intimately, and am a great admirer.
We were friends until her death in 1991.
I'm offering these prints for sale on Fine Art America.
These prints are offered in a form that is as true as possible to her vision.
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