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Max Ernst, the anti-traditionalist – archive, 31 August 1961 http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2017/aug/31/max-ernst-anti-traditionalist-1961?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

Max Ernst, the anti-traditionalist – archive, 31 August 1961

Max Ernst, the anti-traditionalist – archive, 31 August 1961 http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2017/aug/31/max-ernst-anti-traditionalist-1961?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

Le Corbusier | by Fred Stein, ca 1937

Fred Stein – Le Corbusier, ca 1937

photos by Fred Stein  Children Reading the Newspaper, Paris, 1936

Adorable Vintage Photos of Kids Reading by Emily Temple Fred Stein, Children Reading Newspaper, Paris, 1936

Fred Stein (1909 - 1967) - early pioneer of the hand-held camera who became a gifted street photographer in Paris and New York after he was forced to flee his native Germany by the Nazi threat in the early 1930s.

Fred Stein - - early pioneer of the hand-held camera who became a gifted street photographer in Paris and New York after he was forced to flee his native Germany by the Nazi threat in the early

photos by Fred Stein: Boy Leaning Against the Wall, Paris, 1937

kvetchlandia: “ Fred Stein Boy Leaning Against Wall, Paris 1937 ”

Fred Stein, Little Italy, New York, 1943

Little Italy, New York City, 1943 // photo by Fred Stein. Do not give these women any shit at all. Are we clear?

Inhabitants of New York read about Italy's surrender in 1943. Image by photographer Fred Stein (1909-1967) who emigrated 1933 from Nazi Germany to France and finally to the USA.

photos by Fred Stein Italy Surrenders, NY, 1943

Fred Stein - Un homme et une femme, un soir brumeux, dans une rue de Paris, 1934.

Fred Stein: Un homme et une femme, un soir brumeux, dans une rue de Paris, Stein was a German emigre - he fled Nazism in the He was born in Dresden on the July 1909 and died in Newe York city on the September He was also a Leica user.

"Fred Stein (July 3, 1909 – September 27, 1967) was an early pioneer of the hand-held camera who became a gifted street photographer in Paris and New York after he was forced to flee his native Germany by the Nazi threat in the early 1930s. He explored the new creative possibilities of photography, capturing spontaneous scenes from life on the street. He was also a master portraitist, creating intimate images of many of the great personalities of the 20th century."

Fred Stein - Early pioneer of the hand-held camera. He became a gifted street photographer in Paris and New York after he was forced to flee his native Germany by the Nazi threat in the early Photo ca 1937

Window Cleaners, 1961. Photo by Fred Stein. S)

yama-bato: “ Fred Stein Untitled (Window Cleaners, Germany), 1961 x inches vintage silver print ”

vintage everyday: 50 Amazing Black and White Photographs of Paris in the 1930s

Fred Stein was a German street photographer and portraitist

In the Louvre Gardens, 1950’s,  Fred Stein. (1909 - 1967)

In the Louvre Gardens, Fred Stein.

Paris three chairs - Fred Stein (July 3, 1909 – September 27, 1967) was an early pioneer of the hand-heldcamera who became a gifted street photographer in Paris and New York after he was forced to flee his native Germany by the Nazi threat in the early 1930s. He explored the new creative possibilities of photography, capturing spontaneous scenes from life on the street. He was also a master portraitist, creating intimate images of many of the great personalities of the 20th century.

by Fred Stein, Three Chairs, 1936

Le Prince Lointain: Fred Stein (1909-1967), Soir d'Hiver à Paris - 1934

Le Prince Lointain: Fred Stein Soir d'Hiver à Paris - 1934

Paris. 1937. Photographer: Fred Stein

photo by fred stein