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Robert Frank - Businessman smoking pipe as others read aboard the Pennsylvania's Afternoon Congressional (formerly known as Congressional Limited) commuter train -

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Robert Frank Robert frank was a swizzes photographer, born has worked as a fashion photographer for harpers bazaar magazine.

Robert Frank, Convention hall - Chicago, 1956, Pace/MacGill Gallery

Available for sale from Pace/MacGill Gallery, Robert Frank, Convention hall - Chicago Gelatin silver print, 12 × 18 in

Robert Frank. Edna Wallace Hopper, now in her mid-80s, exiting Wall Street subway en route to her office 1953 NYC

Robert Frank - Former actress Edna Wallace Hopper, now in her exiting Wall Street subway en route to her office, NYC, 1953 - Howard Greenberg Gallery

The Americans by Robert Frank 1955-57

Robert Frank, Street Scene, New Orleans, 1955

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Master photographer Robert Frank uncovered the extraordinary in everyday life on his travels around the US in the 1950s, from identical twins and moody commuters to the H of the Hollywood sign and a giant Joan Crawford. Here’s a selection of his remarkable photographs

Robert Frank: the beauty and horror of 1950s America – in pictures

Master photographer Robert Frank uncovered the extraordinary in everyday life on his travels around the US in the 1950s, from identical twins and moody commuters to the H of the Hollywood sign and a giant Joan Crawford. Here’s a selection of his remarkable photographs

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An interview with Robert Frank, from one of ten symposiums at Wellesley College 1977 called Photography within the Humanities.

#WednesdayWisdom from Robert Frank: “The eye should learn to listen before it looks.”

“The eye should learn to listen before it looks.” — Robert Frank F. Bedrich Grunzweig, New York,

A year before “The Americans,” a young Robert Frank was hired by The New York Times to shoot promotional pictures for prospective advertisers. Unseen for decades, the images were recently rediscovered, showing hints of the style that would change the course of modern photography.

A Lonely Gaze on The Times and Its City

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