Available for sale from Pace/MacGill Gallery, Harry Callahan, Cattails Against Sky (1948), Gelatin silver print, 7 1/4 × 7 1/8 in

Available for sale from Pace/MacGill Gallery, Harry Callahan, Cattails Against Sky (1948), Gelatin silver print, 7 1/4 × 7 1/8 in

group of women having a smoke, gelatin silver print, c. 1896. Coolest chicks ever.

One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel. >> Whoa - a gang of female toughs.

Der Fotograf [The Photographer], 1931  Willi Ruge (German, 1882–1961)  Gelatin silver print   "Ruge, a photojournalist who specialized in images of aircraft, took this photograph during a seven-minute parachute jump from an airplane over Berlin. Although his friends tried to dissuade him, Ruge risked his life to produce this vertiginous view, which was published in the Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung."

Der Fotograf [The Photographer], 1931 Willi Ruge (German, Gelatin silver print. uge, a photojournalist who specialized in images of aircraft, took this photograph during a seven-minute parachute jump from an airplane over Berlin.

Rosalie Gwathmey (Sep. 15, 1908 - 2001): Paris Bird Market, 1950s - gelatin silver print (Smithsonian)

Paris Bird Market (in the by Rosalie Gwathmey 1908 - 2001 gelatin silver print (Smithsonian)

Minor White (American, 1908-1976) Gelatin silver print, 1967.  This photograph served as the final image in one of White's most significant sequences, Sequence 1967. The weathered board was among White's favorite subjects, evocative of the passage of time. So too was the finding of eye shapes in natural forms-wood, rocks,--something that White emphasized in this photograph by holding back the knothole during printing (as indicated in the printing instructions on his proof card).

Minor White: Untitled, Dark Canyon Lake, La Sal Mountains, Utah, 1967 (patterns/lines) Currently obsessed with the work of Minor White.

Canoe, American, artist unknown, 1973, sepia tone gelatin silver print, via IMA. Courtesy of theshipthatflew.

Canoe, American, artist unknown, sepia tone gelatin silver print, via IMA. Courtesy of theshipthatflew via crashinglybeautiful

Spinning Wrench, from "The Science Pictures" portfolio      Accession Number:         1997:1.5     Artist:         Abbott, Berenice     Date:         1958-1961; printed 1982     Medium:         Gelatin silver print

Spinning Wrench, from "The Science Pictures" portfolio Accession Number: Artist: Abbott, Berenice Date: printed 1982 Medium: Gelatin silver print

Sebastiao Salgado, Mentawai, Indonesia, 2008, gelatin silver print                                                                                                                                                                                 More

10 Contemporary Photographers Who Shoot in Black and White

"Chantecler" theater still (1911), gelatin silver print (©The New York Public Library, via Museum of the City of New York)

Chantecler - 1911 gelatin silver prints - Museum of the City of New York ~Wunderkammer~

Vor meinem Fenster, gelatin silver print, 1931-32, Josef Albers

Vor meinem Fenster, gelatin silver print, by Josef Albers (German/American 1888 –

albarrancabrera:  Albarrán CabreraSomewhere between Barcelona and Japan, 2015. #371. Toned Gelatin Silver Print

albarrancabrera: “ Albarrán Cabrera Somewhere between Barcelona and Japan, Toned Gelatin Silver Print ”

"Chicago 6" Aaron Siskind. (1961 Gelatin Silver Print).  Line. The lines in this picture are structured a little more differently than just normal, straight lines drawn across a piece of paper. The lines get smaller the longer they get and kind of fade off at the end of it.

"Chicago 6" Aaron Siskind. (1961 Gelatin Silver Print). Line. The lines in this picture are structured a little more differently than just normal, straight lines drawn across a piece of paper. The lines get smaller the longer they get and kind of fade off at the end of it.

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