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"I feel that utter truth is essential," Bourke-White said of her work, "and to get that truth may take a lot of searching and long hours." In practice, this attitude resulted in pictures of starkness

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UNITED STATES

Education:
Cornell University

Achievements: Margaret Bourke-White is in the Brooklyn Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She is also represented in the collection of the Library of Congress.

 


Chrysler Building
New York City 1931
by Margaret Bourke-White
Margaret Bourke-White (1904 - 1971)
Margaret Bourke-White, DC-4 Flying Over NYC
DC-4 Flying Over NYC
1939
Gelatin Silver
by Margaret Bourke-White
© Time, Inc.
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Work Surface: Archival Paper Size: 24.0 x 20.0 Certificate: Yes
Style: Photojournalism Edition Size: 250 Subject: Airplanes, Travel
Condition: Excellent

This Margaret Bourke-White gelitan silver photograph is one of her icons in photography. Aviation experts have identified that this specific DC-4 was unique because of the 3 wing tail. Like the plane only a limited amount of estate embossed signature photographs were authorized. This is a great opportunity to own this icon of aviation. Contact GALLERY M for pricing and availability at 1.877.331.8401 or with an online consultant.
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