Margaret Bourke-White - Golden Gate Bridge, New York City, 1964

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Description of Margaret Bourke-White - Golden Gate Bridge, New York City, 1964

Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971) was born in New York and grew up in rough New Jersey. She studied with photo secessionist Clarence White and worked as a successful industrial photographer from 1920. She took epic shots of factories and skyscrapers, among other things. Bourke-White was a pioneer in many ways. She was the first foreign photographer allowed to take photos in the Soviet Union and the first female photographer for Life magazine. Bourke-White is one of the most important photographers of all today because of her ability to capture feelings and tell stories with her photos.

Artist: Margaret Bourke-White

Title: Golden Gate Bridge, 1964

Medium: Silver Gelatin Print

Size with passe-partout and framing: 32 x 42 cm

Image size: 20,5 x 25,5 cm

with framing