Photographs by André Kertész
Collection of fifty black-and-white photographs capturing scenes of Paris and New York.
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Scope & Contents
Biographical / Historical
In 1985, an anonymous alumnus of the University of Virginia School of Law donated to the Law Library Special Collections a set of fifty black-and-white photographs by André Kertész. Kertész, one of the most celebrated photographers of the twentieth century, produced over seventy years of arresting, exceptionally crafted, often amusing images that reflect the artist’s unending curiosity about life.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This collection was donated by an anonymous alumnus of the University of Virginia School of Law in 1985.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright for all images owned by The André and Elizabeth Kertész Foundation.
|itemprints 1 - 17, 1925-1969||MSS 86-8, Box 1|
|itemprints 18 - 34, 1925-1969||MSS 86-8, Box 2|
|itemprints 35 - 50, 1925-1969||MSS 86-8, Box 3|