Collections: Items Tagged "early photojournalism"

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    Arts of Africa, Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden
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On View: Equestrian Figure Gold Weight

Gold was extremely important in the economic and political life of the Akan kingdoms of southern Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. Until ...

Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

    On View: Fragment of "Magic Knife"

    Used for magical protection, objects like this one are today commonly called “knives” because of their shape. The feline head on...

     
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    Found 18 Items Tagged "early photojournalism"


    Brooklyn Bridge, Looking East, New York City SideBrooklyn Bridge and Elevated Road to Fulton FerryBrighton Beach HotelOpening of Coney Island Cycle PathNeck Road at Conovers near Avenue V, Gravesend, BrooklynConey IslandMountain, Prospect Park, BrooklynNegro Family, Coney Island, BrooklynConey Island, BrooklynRem Lefferts, Snow, Fulton Street near Bedford Avenue, BrooklynIsaac Schenck, Close-up, Jamaica Avenue, Highland Park, BrooklynSnow Scene, Prospect Park, BrooklynSchenck House, Canarsie ParkIsaac Schenck, Jamaica Avenue, Highland Park, BrooklynArsenal, New York CitySchenck House, Rear, Showing Later AdditionsFamily, BrooklynJ. Schencks "Canarsie House", 1849, Looking South West, Canarsie Landing, 93 Street, Canarsie, Flatlands
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