ARTHUR LEIPZIG

Acclaimed documentary photographer, Arthur Leipzig was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1918. Arthur Leipzig's work is represented in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art, The Brooklyn Museum, The National Portrait Gallery, The Jewish Museum, and The Bibliothèque Nationale. His solo exhibitions include Arthur Leipzig: a World View at the Howard Greenberg Gallery, Growing Up in New York at the Museum of the City of New York, Jewish Life Around the World at the Nassau County Museum of Fine Art.

ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Sleeping Child, 1950 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Stickball, New York, 1950 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Chalk Games, 1950 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Tug of War, 1949 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Divers, East River, 1948
ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Brooklyn Bridge, 1946 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Ideal Laundry, 1946 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Brooklyn Bridge, 1946 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Brooklyn Bridge, 1946 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Rain, 1945
ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Statue of Liberty, End of the War, 1945 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Watching Santa, 1944 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Johnny on the Pony, 1943 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Hide and Seek, 1943 ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Marching Boys, 1943
ARTHUR LEIPZIG - King of the Hill, 1943
ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Rain, 1945
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11 x 14 inch Silver Gelatin Print
16 x 20 inch Silver Gelatin Print
All sizes signed in pencil, dated in ink, and photographer's stamp verso

ARTHUR LEIPZIG

Rain, 1945
ARTHUR LEIPZIG - Rain, 1945

ARTHUR LEIPZIG

Rain, 1945
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11 x 14 inch Silver Gelatin Print
16 x 20 inch Silver Gelatin Print
All sizes signed in pencil, dated in ink, and photographer's stamp verso

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